Earlier, the minimum temperature in Delhi was around two to four degrees. According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi has experienced such severe cold for the third time in the last 23 years.
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Weather patterns are changing day by day. This day is done North India Affected by cold current. The temperature here is going to drop further in the coming days. The Meteorological Department has issued a severe cold weather warning for North India. According to the IMD, the mercury may drop to minus 4 degrees in north India. People of North India have rarely seen or heard of such cold.
Meteorologist Navdeep Dahiya tweeted this information. He said that north India is going to be very cold from 14-19 and will have maximum temperature on 16-18. Such cold has never been seen before. Also, Dahiya also paid tribute to the dense fog and cold net conditions.
Don’t know how to spell this out but upcoming #cold wave inside #India 14-19th January 2023 looks really extreme with the highest temperature on the 16-18th, I have never seen temperatures this low in prediction models so far in my career. Freezing in plains -4°C to +2°C, wow! pic.twitter.com/pyavdJQy7v
— Weatherman Navdeep Dahiya (@navdeepdahiya55) January 11, 2023
Bone-chilling cold is about to hit North India
Meteorologist Navdeep Dahiya said January is going to be historic in terms of winter. He said that January 2023 is going to be the coldest month. This means that bone-chilling cold is going to hit North India in the near future. The Meteorological Department says that due to the cessation of the influence of the western depression and the effect of cold northwesterly winds from the snow-capped mountains, the cold front is expected to resume over the plains of northwest India in the coming days.
This is the third time in last 23 years that Delhi is so cold
The minimum temperature in the national capital Delhi has been around two to four degrees in the past. According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi has experienced severe cold for the third time in the last 23 years. Meteorologist RK Jenamani said the lowest temperature recorded in 2006 was 1.9 degrees. Then the same situation happened in 2013. He said rains along with severe cold are likely in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh and North Rajasthan in the coming days. Apart from this, he predicted light snowfall in some areas of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.