December 4, 2021

Weather Update Minimum Temperature at Safdarjung 3.4 Point 9 Degree 19 December Is Season Coldest Morning – Cold wave hits Delhi, 3.4 degree Hg


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The cold wave continues in the country’s capital on Sunday. The minimum temperature in Delhi has dropped to 3.4 degree Celsius, which is the lowest temperature so far this season.

An official of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the temperature at Safdarjung Observatory was recorded at 3.4 degrees, five degrees Celsius below normal on Sunday morning. The maximum temperature is likely to be up to 22 ° C.

The temperature at Lodhi Road was recorded at 3.3 degrees Celsius. The IMD was told that the cold outbreak has persisted in the city due to the icy winds blowing from the snow-covered Western Himalayan region.

On Friday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 2.7 degrees Celsius at Jafarpur Weather Center. The city recorded an extremely cold day on Thursday. When the maximum temperature dropped to 15.2 ° C, it was seven degrees Celsius below normal and the lowest temperature this season. The maximum temperature was recorded at 19.8 degrees Celsius on Friday and 21.8 degrees Celsius on Saturday. According to IMD, a cold day occurs when the minimum temperature is below 10 ° C and the maximum temperature is at least 4.4 ° C below normal.

Extremely cold days occur when the maximum temperature is at least 6.5 ° C below normal. According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature is expected to be around 5 degrees Celsius for the next five to six days.

The cold wave continues in the country’s capital on Sunday. The minimum temperature in Delhi has dropped to 3.4 degree Celsius, which is the lowest temperature so far this season.

An official of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the temperature at Safdarjung Observatory was recorded at 3.4 degrees, five degrees Celsius below normal on Sunday morning. The maximum temperature is likely to be up to 22 ° C.

The temperature at Lodhi Road was recorded at 3.3 degrees Celsius. The IMD was told that the cold outbreak has persisted in the city due to the icy winds blowing from the snow-covered Western Himalayan region. On Friday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 2.7 degrees Celsius at Jafarpur Weather Center. The city recorded an extremely cold day on Thursday. When the maximum temperature dropped to 15.2 ° C, it was seven degrees Celsius below normal and the lowest temperature this season.


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