Amar Ujala Network, New Delhi
Updated Wed, 25 Nov 2020 05:36 AM IST
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According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature of the capital on Tuesday was 5.7 degrees Celsius, 5 degrees below normal. At the same time, the maximum temperature was 1 degree Celsius below normal at 25.3 degree Celsius. A day earlier, the minimum temperature was recorded at 6.3 degrees Celsius, 5 degrees below normal. In the last 24 hours, the maximum level of air humidity was recorded at 94 percent and minimum 44 percent. On Tuesday, hide and seek continued with clouds of sun throughout the day. Due to this, people also felt cold during the day. At the same time, the chill increased in the evening.
According to Skymet Weather chief scientist Mahesh Palawat, both of these winds have turned towards the east instead of north-west. At the same time western disturbance has also become active. This will lead to a series of rain and snowfall on the mountains. Due to this, an increase in the minimum and maximum temperature can be recorded within the next 2 days. However, a drop in temperature will be recorded again after 2 days. Talking about other areas of Delhi, Lodi Road recorded minimum temperature of 6.8 degree Celsius and Aya Nagar lowest 6.7 degree Celsius. Mungeshpur recorded 7.1 degree Celsius and Palam 9.6 degree Celsius. Due to continuous snowfall on the mountains, the winter of December is feeling in Delhi at this time. This is the reason that the 17-year record of winter in Delhi has been broken recently. Earlier in the year 2003, on November 29, the minimum temperature was recorded at 6.1 degrees Celsius.