Today's relief from cold in Delhi-NCR, cold wave will attack again tomorrow
According to the department, the maximum and minimum temperature could range from 20 to 8 degrees Celsius. But the Meteorological Department has warned that cold wave may come again from tomorrow i.e. Sunday.
After the severe cold in the whole of North India including Delhi, the phase of relief continues even today. The temperature also recorded 9 degrees Celsius with light fog in Delhi and neighboring areas on Saturday morning. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the sky will be partly cloudy on Saturday and there will be light fog in the sky in the morning. According to the department, the maximum and minimum temperature could range from 20 to 8 degrees Celsius. But the Meteorological Department has warned that cold wave may come again from tomorrow i.e. Sunday.
IMD told that cold wave may return again in Delhi and surrounding areas from Sunday. The IMD had said on Thursday that the mercury could drop by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius during the cold wave. Due to strong winds due to Western Disturbance, people got respite from fog in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and West Uttar Pradesh, but dense to very dense fog enveloped East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. According to IMD data, the national capital recorded cold wave between January 5 and 9 which was the longest in the month in a decade.
The maximum and minimum temperatures in the national capital Delhi were above normal on Friday, providing respite to Delhiites from the cold. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said Delhi witnessed a partly cloudy sky and the maximum temperature was recorded at 21.5 degrees Celsius, one notch above normal, while the minimum temperature was two notches above normal at 9.8 degrees Celsius. Recorded.
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