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Cold wave conditions to continue in WB for two more days

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

The today forecast cold wave conditions for the next two days in West Bengal, where a biting cold continued to affect normal life.

The Meteorological department said the day and night temperatures were likely to remain three to six notches below normal as the cold wave conditions were expected to hold on to its grip over the state, except in

Coochbehar in Sub-Himalayan recorded the lowest temperature of 5.8 degrees Celsius in the state's plains, with neighbouring Jalpaiguri following closely behind at 5.9 degrees Celsius.

In the Gangetic plains, Krishnagar in district was the coldest at 6 degrees Celsius, while Sriniketan in Birbhum recorded a low of 6.2 degrees Celsius, the department said.

The night temperature in rose slightly to 11 degrees Celsius from yesterday's 10.5 degrees Celsius.

A biting cold, accompanied by a chilling north-westerly wind, affected normal life in the city in the morning as school-going kids and officegoers had to brave the harsh conditions that have been prevailing in the state for the last few days.

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First Published: Tue, January 09 2018. 19:55 IST