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Delhi colder than Shimla today as minimum temperature dips to 4.9 degrees

The nationwide capital has been witnessing below-normal temperatures for a few days. File Photograph.

The nationwide capital’s minimal temperature dropped beneath 5 levels this morning, making it the coldest day of this season. The India Meteorological Division’s (IMD) New Delhi-Safdarjung monitoring station reported a minimal temperature of 4.9 levels Celsius.

Delhi right this moment, is colder than Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla, because the minimal temperature for Shimla metropolis was recorded at 6.8 levels Celsius. Delhi’s most temperature yesterday settled at 24.1 levels and the forecasts predict it’s anticipated to remain round 24 levels.

In Shimla, the utmost temperature is anticipated to settle at 15 levels right this moment.

On Thursday, Delhi reported a minimal temperature of 6.2 levels and was the bottom on this yr’s winter season. The nationwide capital has been witnessing below-normal temperatures for a few days. The minimal temperature on Wednesday was recorded at 7.4 levels Celsius, on Tuesday at 6.8 levels Celsius and on Monday at 6.5 levels Celsius.

At a number of monitoring stations throughout Delhi, the air high quality was recorded within the ‘Very Unhealthy’ class this morning, with the Air High quality Index (AQI) over 250. Within the nationwide capital’s Anand Vihar, the AQI was 475, making the air high quality ‘hazardous’. Yesterday, the general AQI at 9 am stood at 358 which is ‘very poor’.

A number of areas in north and northeast India skilled fog this morning, affecting visibility. The IMD stated very dense fog was noticed in remoted pockets over Punjab. Remoted pockets of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura witnessed shallow to reasonable fog at 5:30 this morning.

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