Delhi Gets Yellow Alert, Now Strong & Cold Winds Will Blow

 
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Delhi Weather: The weather in Delhi is going to change once again. The weather in Delhi will clear after 24 hours, says the weather department. There will be no rain in Delhi this week, but wind will blow at a speed of 30 km per hour. Fog can also be seen at some places. First the cold will increase, but later the temperature will increase slightly. But weather experts have said. That there will be no chilling winter. Seeing this latest update of IMD, how will the weather be in Delhi NCR this week?

On Monday, there was sunshine in various areas of Delhi-NCR. The weather department said that the weather will be clear this week.

Light clouds may fall in areas of Delhi NCR. But sunlight will not be affected. It will be sunny. Therefore melting will not be very effective. There will be winds (20 and 30 km/hr) for two days in Delhi NCR in February.

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Strong winds after rain will provide much-needed relief to Delhiites from pollution, say meteorologists. It will be cold due to westerly winds. But no major change will be seen in the temperature. The Meteorological Department has predicted a maximum temperature of 22 degrees Celsius in Delhi NCR. The minimum temperature will be 8 to 9 degrees Celsius. There will also be moderate fog at some places.

According to the report, the capital of Delhi was covered with fog after the rain on Monday. Several flights were delayed at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI).

Meteorological Department says. That the sky will remain clear till February 9, but there may be light fog at some places. There is a possibility of dense fog in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi in the morning on 6th February. IMD estimates.

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Publish Date: February 05, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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