The harsh winter has returned to Delhi once again. The icy winds since Sunday have increased the chill. Temperatures in the Safdarjung and Palam areas of Delhi were 5.8 degrees and 6.8 degrees Celsius respectively at 5.30 am on Tuesday. This is less than normal. At 8.30 am, the temperature in Safdarjung and Palam areas was recorded at 4.3 degrees and 5.6 degrees Celsius respectively.
Despite the sunshine on Monday, people continued to chill all day due to the winds moving throughout the day. By Thursday, the minimum temperature will fall once again and it will reach five degrees. Due to this, the feeling of chill will be more. Earlier on January 1, the minimum temperature was recorded at 1.1 degrees Celsius.
Last week the rains continued in Delhi, due to which the maximum and minimum temperatures had increased. Since January 7, the temperature has started declining. Now since Sunday, icy winds coming from the mountains have knocked in Delhi-NCR. For this reason, the chill is increasing. On Monday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 7 degrees Celsius. While the maximum temperature was 17.5 degrees, three degrees below normal.
Jaffarpur was the coldest in Delhi. The minimum temperature was 6 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature was 15.6 degrees Celsius. After this, Lodi Road recorded a minimum temperature of 6.1 degrees and a maximum of 18.1 degrees Celsius. Visibility in the Palam region was zero while in Safdarjung the visibility was 200 meters.
According to the Meteorological Department, from 12 to 13 January, the minimum temperature will be 7 degrees. After that, the minimum temperature will fall to five degrees by January 14. However, the maximum temperature is estimated to be 19 degrees. On January 14 and 15, there is a possibility of partly cloudy and moderate to dense fog in the morning hours.
Forecast: The sky will be clear. Light fog is likely in the morning. Strong surface winds will run at a speed of 20-25 kilometers per hour.