Cold Wave In Delhi, Coldest December 17 In Ten Years,, Minimum Temperature 4 Degrees Celsius


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Updated Thu, 17 Dec 2020 09:39 PM IST

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The entire NCR including Delhi is in the grip of cold wave due to cold winds coming from the north-west direction. On Thursday, the minimum temperature in the capital was recorded at 4.6 degree Celsius, 3 degrees below normal, which was the coldest day for the second consecutive day in the last ten years. Earlier in 2011, on December 17, the minimum temperature was recorded at 5.0 degrees Celsius.

The visibility level was recorded in the light range with 800 meters till 8:30 in the morning. It was sunny after 2 pm, but the chill remained neutral in front of the winds. Even at night, the chilling cold was felt. The maximum temperature was recorded at 15.2 degrees Celsius, 7 degrees below normal. Due to this melting was felt.

According to the Territorial Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature remained below 7 degrees Celsius, normal, even in the afternoon. At the same time, maximum humidity level of 100 percent and minimum of 60 percent was recorded in the last 24 hours. The ridge area was the coldest with a minimum temperature of 3.5 ° C. At the same time, Aya Nagar also recorded a minimum temperature of 3.8 degrees Celsius. Lodi Road area recorded a minimum temperature of 4.2 degrees Celsius.

According to Meteorological Department head Kuldeep Srivastava, currently the snowfall in the northern mountainous regions is over. Due to this cold winds coming from the north-west direction are making a cold wave in Delhi. It is likely to last for the next two days. Due to this, the minimum temperature will remain below 5 degree Celsius and Delhiites will have to face the cold of winter.

Severe cold for the second consecutive day
The record of a decade of tremendous cold has been broken for the second consecutive day in the capital. On Wednesday too, the minimum temperature was recorded at 5.8 degrees Celsius, the lowest on November 16 in the last ten years.

The entire NCR including Delhi is in the grip of cold wave due to cold winds coming from the north-west direction. On Thursday, the minimum temperature in the capital was recorded at 4.6 degree Celsius, 3 degrees below normal, which was the coldest day for the second consecutive day in the last ten years. Earlier in 2011, on December 17, the minimum temperature was recorded at 5.0 degrees Celsius.

The visibility level was recorded in the light range with 800 meters till 8:30 in the morning. It was sunny after 2 pm, but the chill remained neutral in front of the winds. Even at night, the chilling cold was felt. The maximum temperature was recorded at 15.2 degrees Celsius, 7 degrees below normal. Due to this melting was felt.

According to the Territorial Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature remained below 7 degrees Celsius, normal, even in the afternoon. At the same time, maximum humidity level of 100 percent and minimum of 60 percent was recorded in the last 24 hours. The ridge area was the coldest with a minimum temperature of 3.5 ° C. At the same time, Aya Nagar also recorded a minimum temperature of 3.8 degrees Celsius. Lodi Road area recorded a minimum temperature of 4.2 degrees Celsius. According to Meteorological Department head Kuldeep Srivastava, currently the snowfall in the northern mountainous regions is over. Due to this cold winds coming from the north-west direction are making a cold wave in Delhi. It is likely to last for the next two days. Due to this, the minimum temperature will remain below 5 degree Celsius and Delhiites will have to face the cold of winter.

Severe cold for the second consecutive day
The record of a decade of tremendous cold has been broken for the second consecutive day in the capital. On Wednesday too, the minimum temperature was recorded at 5.8 degrees Celsius, the lowest on November 16 in the last ten years.


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