Delhiites Will Get Relief From Cold on This Day
Delhi Weather: The impact of climate change is visible on international weather. It is very cold in Delhi-NCR even after Makar Sankranti. But the upper parts of Kashmir have received less snowfall than expected. An alert of dense to moderate fog has been issued in Delhi on Republic Day.
A huge crowd is going to attend the function today. The meeting will start at 10.30, but by then the fog will subside. People will not get respite from the freezing cold right now, the weather department estimates. February is generally a summer month. But this time also there may be cold wave in most parts of North India.
Dense fog troubled people in Delhi
Yellow alert of fog has been issued in Delhi NCR on 26 January. Visibility may be very low. And people have been asked to be more careful on the road. Today, high cloud conditions are expected in the capital also. This means. That clouds can remain at high altitude. Two western disturbances are expected over the mountains till February 4. Which could be the reason for light to moderate snowfall.
It will suddenly be hot from this day onwards
Meteorological Department says. That by February 4, two western disturbances are forming over the mountains. Which may cause light to moderate snowfall. There will be cold and thaw in the first week of February. Cold winds will once again blow in North India including Delhi. After this, the effect of El Nino will be visible and suddenly it will start getting hot. People may suddenly feel hot in March. Climate change is the reason for these changes in weather.
Delhiites will get relief from cold on this day
In the last days of January, morning and night temperatures will drop rapidly, but people will get relief from cold during the day, the Meteorological Department estimates. In the last days of January, the maximum temperature in the city can be 21 degrees Celsius and minimum 11 degrees Celsius. At present, fog is having a great impact on normal life. Winter holidays of schools had to be extended in January, so some schools will remain open on Saturdays in February.
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Publish Date: January 26, 2024
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