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Delhi’s minimum temp recorded at 2.4 degrees Celsius, expect relief from Thursday

Delhi Weather Today: Cold wave conditions prevail in Delhi today. Today the minimum temperature in the national capital has been recorded at 2.4 degree Celsius, while the maximum temperature can be 19 degree Celsius. At present, cold wave to severe cold wave conditions are prevailing in many parts of Delhi and parts of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
Updated Date

New Delhi: Cold wave conditions continues over Central, North India. The minimum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 1.4 degree Celsius on Monday. On the other hand, Safdarjung in Delhi today recorded a minimum temperature of 4.6 degree Celsius, Palam recorded a minimum temperature of 6.0 degree Celsius till 5.30 am. The weather office has predicted severe cold wave conditions in many parts of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi till tomorrow.

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The Meteorological Department estimates that from January 19, the condition of cold wave will end and people will get relief from the cold.

Due to the effect of snowfall on the mountains, the coldness of the plains has increased. In the national capital Delhi today (Tuesday), the minimum temperature of 2 degrees has been recorded in the morning of January 17. Lodhi Road area recorded 2.0°C, Ridge 2.2°C, Safdarjung 2.4°C and Ayanagar 2.8°C.

However, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has expressed the possibility of the cold wave conditions in northwest India ending from Thursday. The Meteorological Office has said that there may be an increase of 4-6 degree Celsius in the minimum temperature between Thursday and Saturday.

At the same time, due to fresh snowfall in Shimla, the number of tourists has increased. During this, tourists were seen enjoying the snowfall.

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There was severe cold in Punjab and Haryana on Monday as well and the minimum temperature at many places went below normal. The Meteorological Department said that Faridkot and Bathinda were the coldest places in Punjab with a temperature of 0.2 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature was 1.5 degree Celsius in Amritsar and 2.4 degree Celsius in Ludhiana.

Earlier, Delhi saw an intense cold wave spell from January 5 to January 9, the second longest in the month in a decade.

The city has recorded around 50 hours of dense fog in January so far, the maximum in the month since 2019.

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