New Delhi: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Tuesday informed that the temperature in North India including Delhi and Haryana is likely to come down to 12-13°C by November 1 or 2. IMD’s scientist RK Jenamani said that Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh may see rain and snowfall, and Delhi is likely to witness cloudy weather on November 2 and 3.Also Read - Cyclone Jawad To Weaken Into Deep Depression, Says IMD; Odisha, Andhra Begin Evacuation | Key Points

“This monsoon season, Safdarjung in Delhi recorded the second-highest rainfall in the last 121 years. Delhi witnessed a very active monsoon this year,” the scientist said to ANI. Also Read - Station Managers of 2 Airlines of Delhi Airport Issued Show-cause Notice For Not Following Covid-19 Guidelines

Earlier, reports had suggested that temperatures in India are expected to fall to as low as 3 degrees in some northern areas in January and February due to the La Nina pattern. The southwest monsoon withdrew from the entire country on Monday, making it the seventh-most delayed retreat since 1975, according to the IMD. Also Read - Cyclone Jawad: UGC-NET Exam Postponed In Odisha, Andhra; New Datesheet To Be Uploaded Later