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Delhi Shivers As Min Temp Settles At 9.4 °C; IMD Predicted This For Today

At Safdarjung, the temperature at 5:30 am on Wednesday morning stood at 9.4°C, while Palam observatory witnessed minimum temperature of 10.2 °C.

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Feb 7, 2024 07:27 IST
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The people of the capital shivers as the minimum temperature of the city settled at 9.4 degree Celsius on Wednesday early morning, according to Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). However, no fog has been reported in Delhi.

Delhi weather – Minimum temperature

At Safdarjung, the current temperature stands at 9.4°C, reflecting a subtle upward shift of 0.4°C in the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, Palam records a temperature of 10.2°C, showing a slight dip of -0.4°C during the same period. These early morning readings provide insight into the current climatic conditions in different parts of the city, but it’s essential to note that temperatures may fluctuate throughout the day. Stay tuned for further updates on Delhi’s weather patterns.

Clear skies, sunshine in Delhi-NCR

The weather forecast for today and tomorrow in Delhi-NCR suggests clear skies and abundant sunshine during the daytime. While the Meteorological Department anticipates the possibility of clouds in some areas, residents can expect cold winds in the evening.

Cold winds, fog across North India

The Meteorological Department warns of dense fog enveloping Bihar and Madhya Pradesh in North India over the next five days. Simultaneously, Chhattisgarh is expected to witness rain in the upcoming forecast.

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Windy conditions at 30 kmph

Winds are projected to blow at a speed of 30 kilometers per hour, adding a brisk touch to the atmospheric conditions.

Chilling breeze in Delhi-NCR

In Delhi-NCR, cold winds at a speed of 20 to 30 kilometers per hour are expected today and tomorrow, accompanied by light fog in various areas. The subsequent two days will likely bring clearer skies during the day, with sunshine in NCR and strong winds in the evening on the 8th and 9th of February.

Mountain snowfall impacting plains

Last week’s snowfall in the mountains is currently influencing the plains, with cold mountain winds contributing to a perceptible drop in temperatures. As a result, freezing cold mornings and evenings are predicted in NCR for the next five days. Stay prepared for the chill!

First published on: Feb 07, 2024 07:20 AM IST

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