New Delhi: Due to the activity of western disturbances, the weather in hilly areas, as well as plain areas, is seen to be taking a turn. The cold wave continued to prevail with cloudy conditions throughout the day on Sunday. IMD estimate that Delhi-NCR is cloudy in the next 24 hours as well. It will also see a steady drop in temperature from this week.
According to reports, there was a possibility of rain due to western disturbances on Sunday but it remained active only in hilly areas while the plains remained cloudy only. He said the western disturbances on 8th-9th December may again lead to cloudy conditions. However, the Delhi-NCR weather is likely to take a complete turn from December 10. The cold winds coming from the north direction will work to cool down Delhi. This has led to a continuous decline in mercury.
According to the Met department, the maximum temperature on Sunday was 15.6 degrees Celsius above normal and the minimum temperature was 2 more than normal at 11.4 degrees Celsius. The humidity level in the air is going to be 54 to 95 per cent in the last 24 hours. Due to this, people are facing problems due to fog from roads to airports in the morning. Throughout the day, there was a game of hide and seek between the sun and the clouds. At the same time, as evening fell, the chill increased.
It has been found that the maximum temperature has been recorded at 25 and the minimum temperature at 12 degrees Celsius in the next 24 hours. The temperature will fall continuously by the end of the week and the minimum temperature is set to reach nine degrees Celsius.