Delhi records its lowest minimum temperature of season at 3.6 degrees Celsius

Last Updated: Jan 13, 2024

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The ongoing chilling winter across the country, many parts of the country have recorded a minimum temperature of 3.0°C today. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said, the lowest minimum temperature of 3.0°C reported at Narnaul in Haryana, Ayanagar in Delhi, and Kanpur in East Uttar Pradesh. IMD has declared it as the lowest temperature of this season. Dense to very dense fog was also observed in many parts of the country this morning. Several flight operations are delayed at Delhi airport due to low visibility amid fog.

IMD has forcast that dense to very dense fog conditions continue to prevail over North India till next 4-5 days. The weather agency said that cold day to severe day wave conditions, and cold wave to severe cold wave likely over plains of Northwest India during next 3-4 days.

IMD said that no significant change in minimum temperatures very likely over Northwest India during next 2 days. Cold wave to Severe Cold wave conditions very likely to continue in some parts of Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi during 13th to 15th January and cold wave conditions in isolated pockets on 16th January. The IMD said that cold wave conditions very likely in isolated pockets of West Uttar Pradesh and East Rajasthan during 13th to 15th of this month.

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