Delhi Weather: Now the cold wave will last for three days, yellow alert issued with drop in temperature


Warm clothes are also becoming ineffective in winter
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Morning cold has increased in Delhi-NCR. Continuous minimum temperature is being recorded. The coldest morning of the season was once again recorded on Saturday. The minimum temperature reached six degrees Celsius. Earlier, the minimum temperature was recorded at 6.4 degrees on Thursday and 6.2 degrees on Friday. Cold wave will continue in Delhi, Haryana and Chandigarh from 18 to 20 December. For this, the department has issued a yellow alert.

There has been a continuous fall in the minimum temperature in the capital since December 14, but the maximum temperature is running above normal. On Saturday, the maximum temperature was recorded two degrees above normal at 24.7 degrees and the minimum temperature was recorded two degrees below normal at 6 degrees.

The minimum temperature at four centers in Delhi was recorded in the range of 6.9 to 6.2 degrees. The maximum temperature was recorded 21.8 and minimum 6.2 degree Celsius at Mungeshpur weather station. The maximum temperature was recorded at 22.3 degrees Celsius at Jafarpur weather station and 23.5 degrees Celsius at Aya Nagar. Winds are coming from the northwest during the day, due to which a continuous drop in morning temperature is being recorded.

Forecast- Clear sky, light fog in the morning.
Max Temperature: 24.7°C
Minimum temperature: 6.0 degree Celsius
Sunset on December 18: 5:28 minutes
Sunrise on December 19: 7:08 am

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Morning cold has increased in Delhi-NCR. Continuous minimum temperature is being recorded. The coldest morning of the season was once again recorded on Saturday. The minimum temperature reached six degrees Celsius. Earlier, the minimum temperature was recorded at 6.4 degrees on Thursday and 6.2 degrees on Friday. Cold wave will continue in Delhi, Haryana and Chandigarh from 18 to 20 December. For this, the department has issued a yellow alert.