With the coming of November, winter has made its presence felt in Lucknow & nearby areas

The ACs and coolers in households have been shut down and the fan speed is also being regulated.

Temperatures in Lucknow have dropped significantly in the last week of October and Lucknowites are already feeling a chill in the air. The weather has been pleasant for sometime now and the mornings and evenings here in the city, are accompanied by light chills and lukewarm sunlight. This change of weather which we're facing as yet, is the call of the much-awaited winter season which is steadily on its way. Neither is it too hot nor is too cold, which makes this season perfect for stepping out but with precautions of course.


Winter is Coming

It's being reported that with the beginning of November, the nights will start getting colder as the northwest winds are expected to increase the impact. So we can safely say that winter season will commence soon. The ACs and coolers in households have been shut down and the fan speed is also being regulated, which is a sign of the oncoming climatic conditions.

These days, the maximum temperature in the capital city is pegged at 31°C-32°C and the minimum is marked at 16°C. As per findings, Monday onwards, the minimum range of temperature will lurk at 13°C-14°C.

A message to all our readers

Experts claim that the coronavirus infection would be more prevalent during winter in the temperate geographies of the world, although the virus has not displayed any temperature relationship till date with seasons in tropical geographies. So due to the weather change, it is possible to mix up a common cold with signs of COVID-19 and vice versa. Please be aware of your health and contact your nearest medical professional for advice.

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