Delhi-Cold-Wave: Outbreak of cold wave continues in Delhi for the eighth consecutive day


New Delhi: Chilly wave continued for the eighth consecutive day within the nationwide capital on Wednesday. This data was given on the web site of India Meteorological Division (IMD). Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory recorded a minimal temperature of two.6 levels Celsius. The minimal temperature was recorded at 2.4 diploma Celsius on Tuesday and 1.4 diploma Celsius on Monday.

Chilly wave lasted for seven days in Delhi in January 2020, not a single such day was recorded final yr. In keeping with the IMD, extreme chilly wave prevailed in Delhi from January 5 to 9, which was the second longest interval of extreme chilly wave on this month in a decade. Dense fog has been recorded for 50 hours to date this month, which is the best since 2019. The India Meteorological Division (IMD) had instructed on Monday that as a result of impact of two western disturbances, the outbreak of chilly wave will cease from January 19.

A climate system with heat moist winds from West Asia is named a Western Disturbance. When a western disturbance approaches the area, the wind path adjustments. The chilly north-westerly winds coming from the mountains cease blowing as a result of which the temperature rises.
There could also be gentle rain and drizzle in Delhi on Thursday night time. Beneath the affect of Western Disturbance, gentle to reasonable rain and hailstorm with wind velocity as much as 50 kmph is anticipated over northwest India together with Delhi on January 23-24.

It has not rained to date within the winter season in Delhi. In keeping with the Meteorological Division, this occurred as a result of lack of robust western disturbances in November and December. In January final yr, town recorded 82.2 mm of rainfall, the best for the month since 1901.

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