Delhi Ncr Rain And Cold Weather Weather Forecast IMD Yellow Alert Aaj Ka Mausam – Cold increased due to heavy rain overnight in Delhi-NCR, be careful till tomorrow amidst yellow alert. theinsiderinsight

Cold increased due to rain in Delhi-NCR. (Symbolic photo)

New Delhi:

At present, Delhiites do not seem to be getting any respite from the cold (Delhi-NCR Rain Cold). The intermittent rains that started from the afternoon of January 31 continue even today. The Meteorological Department has predicted further increase in cold after heavy rains in many parts of the capital. The scourge of bad weather will continue for now. According to the Meteorological Department, the weather may remain like this for the next two days. The Meteorological Department has predicted that the minimum temperature will be 8 degrees and the maximum temperature will be 20 degrees Celsius for the next three days in the capital Delhi. Rain and dense fog in the morning is expected till February 2.

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Yellow alert of rain in Delhi today

Usually it rains in Delhi in the month of January, but this time the month of January remained dry, but by the end of this month i.e. on 31st January, it started raining, which the Meteorological Department has warned to continue for the next two days. Is released. Yellow alert for rain has been issued even today.

It is raining not only in Delhi-NCR but in entire North India since Wednesday. North India is expected to receive normal and above normal rainfall in February after drier than normal weather in December and January. India Meteorological Department (IMD) gave this information on Wednesday. IMD Director General Mrityunjay Mahapatra said in a press conference that India may receive more rainfall than normal during February.

Intermittent rain in Delhi-NCR on Wednesday

Light rain occurred in some parts of Delhi on Wednesday and the Meteorological Department had predicted strong winds at a speed of 30-40 km per hour in the national capital till late evening. Intermittent rain was recorded in many areas including Connaught Place. Due to drizzle, the fog situation in the capital has definitely improved to some extent.

Let us tell you that along with the cold wave, dense fog was seen in Delhi-NCR on Wednesday morning, due to which the visibility became very low. But by afternoon the weather suddenly changed and it started raining. The rainy situation continues on Thursday i.e. even today. Heavy rain was recorded early in the morning.

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If we talk about fog on Wednesday, zero visibility was recorded at Indira Gandhi Airport at 6.30 am and there was dense fog in the area. This foggy situation continued till around nine in the morning. An official said that due to bad weather on Wednesday morning, three flights were diverted at Delhi airport. Many trains also got delayed due to dense fog. Meanwhile, according to the Meteorological Office, it is expected that fluctuations in the weather will continue till February 3 due to western disturbance. The minimum temperature recorded in Delhi on Wednesday was 7.3 degrees Celsius, which was one degree less than the average temperature of this season. According to the official data till Tuesday, till January 30 this month, the average maximum temperature in Delhi was 17.7 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest in 13 years.

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