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Today’s Temperature of 1.4 Degrees is the Lowest for the Month of January in Delhi Since 2021, and Tomorrow It Could Drop to a Record Low of 1!!

This morning, the temperature in Delhi was 1.4°C, which is the coldest it has been this season. The IMD has given the national capital region a yellow alert for the next 6 days. The first three days will have a cold wave, and the next three days will have thick fog.

During the early hours of Monday, the temperature in Delhi dropped to its seasonal low of 1.4 °C. In preparation for the oncoming extreme coldwave in the national capital region, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow notice in Delhi for the next six days beginning today, Monday. The first three days will bring a return to winter’s chills with lows of 2 to 3 degrees Celsius, while the next three days will bring dense fog to the people of Delhi.

The IMD said on Sunday, January 15, that a severe cold wave is likely to hit parts of northern India, including Delhi and the National Capital Region, until Wednesday. The IMD says that on Monday and Tuesday, the temperature in Delhi-NCR could drop to 2 degrees Celsius.

The Met Office also said that the temperature would probably be 4 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. This would mean that after a short break, people in Delhi-NCR would be experiencing a cold wave. The IMD has also said that Delhi-NCR will have heavy fog and poor visibility for the next five days.

The Northern Railway said that as many as 13 trains were running late on Monday morning because of fog.

At Delhi’s Karthavya Path, rehearsals for the Republic Day parade on January 26 were going on at the same time.

In the national capital, where a cold wave was going on, people lit bonfires to get out of the cold. IMD says that the coldest it will get in Delhi today is 4.7°C. On Monday morning, the temperature at the Safdarjung observatory was 1.4°C and the temperature at Lodhi Road was 1.6°C.

It is six degrees cooler than usual in Delhi. “Since the skies are clear and the sun is strong, there isn’t a big drop in daily temperatures,” says the IMD. Low temperatures only happen at night and early in the morning.”

The Met Office says that the northwesterly winds from the Himalayas over the plains of northwest India will cause minimum temperatures to drop by 2 to 4 degrees over the next two days.

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