No relief to Delhiites from cold weather today, temperature level to fall
On Thursday, the temperature slipped to 4.4 degrees Celsius in Delhi at 5: 30 am. Thick fog decreased the visibility to less than 10 metres.
A male flights his bike as a layer of dense fog swallows up the atmosphere in Gurugram on Wednesday. (ANI Picture)
Already bracing freezing weather, Delhiites will not get any remedy for the low temperatures today and will continue to be affected by the cold wave that has actually troubled entire north India.
Cold winds will reduce the temperature level throughout the night in addition to the afternoon this week. Mercury will also fall throughout the day, making it cooler.
After this week, the minimum temperature level in Delhi can reach six to seven degrees Celsius.
On Wednesday, the minimum temperature of the nationwide capital was four degrees below typical at 3.2 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature level was tape-recorded at 18.5 degrees Celsius, one degree listed below normal.
On Thursday morning, the temperature level was tape-recorded at 4.4 degrees Celsius in Delhi at 5: 30 am. Thick fog engulfed the city with particular areas taping exposure of less than 10 metres.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has likewise released an Orange Alert in view of the cold conditions in North India. Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Gurugram, Hapur, Noida, Delhi will deal with cold waves, lowering the temperature level, the weather condition firm has predicted.
On Wednesday, the IMD said that minimum temperature levels are extremely likely to remain below typical over the majority of parts of Northwest India throughout next 3-4 days due to the frequency of dry north/northwesterly winds.
” Thus, Cold Day/Severe Cold Day conditions most likely to continue in lots of pockets over Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi and in some pockets of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand throughout next 3 days,” it said.
On The Other Hand, Srinagar on Wednesday broke its 8-year record and taped its lowest temperature level. Some locations reported traffic disruptions as fog reduced exposure.
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