Updated: December 22, 2021 10:30:02 am
North India is reeling under an intense cold wave with temperatures in some regions dropping below freezing point. Netizens took to social media not only to share winter fashion and seasonal delights like gajar ka halwa, some even joined the trend by sharing how difficult it is to get any work done.
Now, with hashtag #coldwave people are sharing relatable memes to talk about common problems, like bathing in winters or even getting out of blankets.
Temperature drops ❄️
Me to my mom : pic.twitter.com/MnJbRdxgir
— Akshat Saxena (@imakshatsaxena) December 20, 2021
**Temperature falls below 10 degrees in Delhi**
Room Heaters which were dumped aside in home after last winter. pic.twitter.com/6uPtFAn1g1
— Vishcomical (@vishcomical) December 20, 2021
— कृति ll Kriti 🇮🇳 (@_KritiGupta) December 20, 2021
— Nitin (@Futurastic_) December 20, 2021
How to take a bath in winters 🥶🥶🥶 pic.twitter.com/uaqUt2HBxh
— Yuvraj Pratap Rao 🇮🇳 (@yuvrajuv444) December 20, 2021
— InsideTechWorld (@theITW) December 20, 2021
me waking up early in winters
— sarcasm ki devi (@Pragyahun) December 20, 2021
When you take bath with Cold Water,
Family : pic.twitter.com/bsNx2oSxE1
— g0v!ñD $#@®mA (@rishu_1809) December 20, 2021
— Legal Affairs 🇮🇳 (@LegalAffairs7) December 19, 2021
— Krish (@Krishan24274406) December 19, 2021
— Deep shikha Chauhan (@Dchshikha) December 19, 2021
— Nila Madhab PANDA ନୀଳମାଧବ ପଣ୍ଡା (@nilamadhabpanda) December 19, 2021
Winter is coming!
While in Rajasthan the minimum temperatures in Fatehpur and Churu dropped below the freezing point, Delhi saw coldest day this season on Saturday. In several states including Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Odisha and NCR, IMD has also issued yellow alerts warning people of the sudden change.
Even in coastal Maharashtra, residents experienced cold spell from the north, with Nagpur recording with the minimum temperature dropping to 7.8 degrees Celsius.
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