The harvest festival, Makar Sankranti in North India is scheduled to fall tomorrow that is on January 14. This festival will likewise mark the beginning of the Spring season.
It is on this day that the Sun will begin its excursion from the Tropic of Capricorn in Southern Hemisphere towards the Tropic of Cancer in the Northern Hemisphere.
This also implies that from this day on, the winter chill is likely to lessen, and the sun sparkle will increment winding up more straightforward towards the Northern Hemisphere. Maximums will also start rising.
In any case, the cold and dry weather in India won't diminish down in a flash, the rise in temperatures will not be constant and there may be days when the maximums may fall below the normal.
We have also kept a close eye on the weather conditions that are anticipated to prevail across most parts of North and East India on Makar Sankranti which is scheduled to be celebrated with immense joy near the Ganga Ghats.
Allahabad: The devotees who are planning to take a dip in the Sangam in Allahabad are expected to face the cool and foggy morning. However, the day will be comfortable.
Varanasi: Mornings are expected to remain cold and foggy. The day is expected to remain cool tomorrow.
Haridwar: Devotees of Haridwar are likely to brace cold mornings while as the day will progress, it will become pleasant.
Patna: Patna will welcome Makar Sankranti on a foggy morning and cool day.
Ganganagar: Cool morning along with chances of patchy fog is what is stored for the people who will be celebrating the festival in Ganganagar.
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