Delhi records another cold day with minimum 7.1 degree C temp

delhi records another cold day with minimum 7 1 degree c temp – The News Mill

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A day after Delhi recorded the season’s coldest day, people in the national capital on Wednesday woke up to another chilly morning, with the city recording a minimum temperature of 7.1 degree Celsius.
Safdarjung recorded a minimum temperature of 7.1 degree Celsius while 7.4 degree Celsuius was recorded at Palam.
The MeT has warned of dense to very dense fog at isolated places over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and dense fog over Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Himanchal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
It said that Cold day to severe cold day conditions will be seen at isolated places over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, West Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Thunderstorm/Lightning could occur at isolated places over East Uttar Pradesh.
The minimum temperatures are in the range of 5 degree Celsius to 10 degree Celsius over Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and between 10 degree to 13 degree Celsius over Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, according to the India Meteorological department.
“Visibility recorded at 8.30 am today (According to the weather department, Delhi experienced its coldest day this winter yesterday, with the minimum temperature dropping to 5.3 degree Celsius.
It was still colder in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, with the minimum temperatures in Kanpur and Agra dropping below freezing point — at 1.1 and 1.0 degree Celsius respectively.
As per IMD a ‘cold day’ is acknowledged if the maximum temperature drops between 4.5 and 6.4 degrees below the seasonal norm. If temperatures fall 6.5 degrees below the normal range for the season, it is labeled a severe cold day.
Cold to severe cold day conditions prevailed at many places over Delhi, Haryana and Chandigarh, Punjab and Rajasthan and at isolated pockets over North Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday.
Thick fog engulfed the national capital, effecting visibility and leading to delay of flights to and from Delhi.
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Amid the biting cold outside, the night shelters in Delhi provide a refuge to homeless people, who live on the streets and have nowhere else to go in the cold. The shelters offer blankets, beds, hot water, and food to those seeking shelter.
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In light of extreme cold wave and IMD’s yellow alert, Delhi Government’s Directorate of Education ordered an extension of winter Vacation in all government, Government-aided and Unaided Recognised Private Schools of Delhi till January 10, however the Delhi Government later on retracted the order

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