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Delhi colder than hilly areas, temp fell below Mussoorie and Nainital
Delhi colder than hilly areas, temp fell below Mussoorie and Nainital

New Delhi: The entire north India is shivering due to severe cold waves. The areas of the country's capital Delhi-NCR are struggling with a severe cold wave and chilliness. The minimum temperature is recorded below 5 degrees Celsius. Due to continuous cold winds, the melting has increased. Although Delhi's winter has been famous for centuries, but this time the falling temperature has crossed all the limits. 

In the national capital Delhi, the minimum temperature has dropped below hill stations like Shimla, Mussoorie, and Nainital. In some places in Delhi, the temperature has gone below 2 degrees. The minimum temperature of 1.8 degrees Celsius was recorded in the Ayanagar area on the previous day i.e. on January 6. However, the minimum temperature at the Safdarjung center, which is considered standard regarding the weather, was 4 degrees. The minimum temperature in Delhi's Ridge area was 3.3 degrees Celsius and in Safdarjung, it was 4 degrees Celsius.

According to the official data of the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in Delhi was Dalhousie (4.9 °C), Dharamshala (5.2 °C), Shimla (3.7 °C), Dehradun (4.6 °C), Mussoorie (4.4 °C) and Nainital (6.2 °C). degree Celsius). A triple attack of chilliness, cold waves, and fog is being seen in Delhi. It is getting cold in the national capital Delhi in January. Even during day time, people are shivering due to the cold. According to IMD, the cold wave will continue to wreak havoc in Delhi today i.e. on January 7 as well. During this, the minimum temperature can remain around 5 degrees.

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