Cold waves continued to sweep across the state for the second consecutive day on Monday with the state reporting temperature as low as one degree Celsius, the day's lowest.
Life in the district has been paralyzed on Tuesday as temperature touches 2 degrees Celsius. People preferred to remain indoors because of dense fog and strong wind.
Temperature has plummeted by three to five degrees celsius in most parts of Madhya Pradesh following the cold wave from Northern India.
A cold wave has gripped Madhya Pradesh, leading to a fall in temperature in many places.
Umariya in north eastern MP was the coldest with a minimum temperature of 8 degree Celsius.
Due to cold wave, Karnataka is experiencing below normal minimum temperature.
City residents not used to prolonged winter spell are experiencing a harrowing time this year as the mercury dropped by 50% in the last 72 hours to 6.5 degree Celsius on Thursday.
Srinagar, Leh town in Ladakh region experienced its coldest night of the season with mercury plunging 21 degrees below freezing point even as cold wave in Kashmir region intensified.
Severe cold claimed the lives of at least seven infants at Malda state hospital in West Bengal on Friday. Sources said all the babies were less than three months old.
Bihar is reeling under severe cold for the past four days forcing normal life grind to a halt. Schools have already been closed till next Sunday.
The chill is spreading its wings in Bihar. Till Thursday, four places were under the grip of the cold wave.
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