Delhi Winter: Snow falls on mountains, plains remain cold, tremors increase by weekend

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated to Thursday, 16 December 2021 08:00 PM IST

Summary

The Met Office has forecast a maximum of 20 degrees Celsius and a minimum of eight degrees Celsius for the next 24 hours. Being sunny all day can bring some relief.

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Due to the activity of Western Disturbances, on the one hand, snow falls in mountainous areas. At the same time, the plains in northern India continue to be cold due to cold winds. In this episode, cold is increasing in some parts of Rajasthan including Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The Department of Meteorology predicts that tremors are likely to increase further as mercury declines by the end of the week.

The maximum temperature was recorded at 19.8 degrees Celsius and the minimum at 8.7 degrees Celsius in the last 24 hours, the Met office said. This is the second time since December 2 that the maximum temperature has been recorded below 20 degrees Celsius. Earlier, it had dropped to 19.8 degrees Celsius. Humidity in the air has been 51 to 95 percent in the last 24 hours. The sun has been hiding behind the clouds since morning and people are shivering. The Meteorological Department has forecast moderate rains till Thursday evening. In the evenings he was seen hiding in warm clothes to escape the cold from the winter.

The Met Office has forecast a maximum of 20 degrees Celsius and a minimum of eight degrees Celsius for the next 24 hours. Being sunny all day can bring some relief. During the next two days, the minimum temperature drops to 6 degrees Celsius, increasing the intensity of the cold. Significantly, on Sunday, the minimum temperature dropped to 6.4 degrees Celsius, the lowest temperature this season.

Maximum temperature – 22 C
Minimum temperature – 8 C
Sunset time: 5:27 p.m.
Sunrise time: 7:08 am
In the morning there will be dense fog. Winters are cold due to high winds. However there is some relief from pollution. The cold intensity increases further in the evening.

Range

Due to Western Disturbance activities, on the one hand, snow falls in mountainous areas. At the same time, the plains in northern India continue to be cold due to cold winds. In this episode, cold is increasing in some parts of Rajasthan including Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The Department of Meteorology predicts that tremors are likely to increase further as mercury declines by the end of the week.

The maximum temperature was recorded at 19.8 degrees Celsius and the minimum at 8.7 degrees Celsius in the last 24 hours, the Met office said. This is the second time since December 2 that the maximum temperature has been recorded below 20 degrees Celsius. Earlier, it had dropped to 19.8 degrees Celsius. The humidity level in the air during the last 24 hours was 51 to 95 percent. The sun has been hiding behind the clouds since morning and people are shivering. The Meteorological Department has forecast moderate rains till Thursday evening. In the evenings he was seen hiding in warm clothes to escape the cold from the winter.

The Met Office has forecast a maximum of 20 degrees Celsius and a minimum of eight degrees Celsius for the next 24 hours. Being sunny all day can bring some relief. During the next two days, the minimum temperature drops to 6 degrees Celsius, increasing the intensity of the cold. Significantly, on Sunday, the minimum temperature dropped to 6.4 degrees Celsius, the lowest temperature this season.

Maximum temperature – 22 C

Minimum temperature – 8 C

Sunset time: 5:27 p.m.

Sunrise time: 7:08 am

In the morning there will be dense fog. Winters are cold due to high winds. However there is some relief from pollution. The cold intensity increases further in the evening.

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