The lowest temperature of this season was recorded by Delhi during the very early morning hours at 1.4° Celsius. Now, for the next six days starting from today, The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow warning for all Delhiites. So, there is an upcoming severe cold wave for the next few days which the people of Delhi will face. Out of which for the first three days there will be winter chills returning again along with dense fog hovering around the city.
Severe Cold Wave to Hit North India, Delhi At Yellow Alert
A severe cold wave, which will last till Wednesday, will likely hit northern parts of India while showing much intensity in Delhi and the National Capital Region, as per IMD information on Sunday. “The temperature in Delhi-NCR may plummet to 2 degrees on Monday and Tuesday,” further mentioned.
Moreover, the department has also informed that on Wednesday the temperature may drop to 4° celsius. Officials have also predicted a dense fog which will hover around Delhi-NCR for the next five days.
Railways have also informed that “As many as 13 trains were running late in the Northern Railway region due to fog on Monday morning.”
In between all this discussion, at Delhi’s Karthavya Path, the rehearsals are being conducted by the army officials for Republic Day, January 26.