New Delhi: Delhi people, who have been suffering from dense fog and severe cold for the past several days, were relieved today. Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 6.8 degrees in the morning. As well as the visibility recorded 500 meters. The weather was open in and around India Gate in the morning.
The capital city, including NCR, was in the grip of severe cold and dense fog for the past several days, but the opening of the season and fog have relieved the people. The met department said the weather will remain the same for the next three to four days. However, the air will remain light. The impact of the new Western disturbance is also expected to increase slightly in the next two days. The western disturbance is expected to cause snowfall in the upper mountainous regions of the western Himalayas.
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has informed about this. "The new Western disturbance will start affecting the western Himalayan region from Friday," an IMD official said. Delhi's minimum temperature is expected to rise marginally, "with chilly, dry winds coming from snow-covered mountains, the temperature could go up to four degrees Celsius by Monday." The official said, the wind quality of the city is also likely to improve with the high wind.