Worst cold of 9 years in Delhi, Meteorological Department said - cold will increase further

New Delhi: Cold wave conditions continue to prevail in many parts of the country. The entire north of India, including Delhi-NCR, is reeling under the cold wave. The cold in Delhi has broken the record of the last nine years. The Met department (IMD) has predicted that cold wave conditions will continue in Delhi in the coming days. According to the Met department, Delhi has experienced such a severe cold this year since 2013. Let me tell you that earlier the record of rain in Delhi was also broken.

January this year received the highest rainfall since 1901. While the IMD has predicted that the maximum temperature of the city will gradually rise to 17-18 degrees Celsius in the next three days, the minimum temperature is expected to hover around 4-5 degrees Celsius. By the end of the month, the maximum temperature will reach 19 degrees Celsius, but the minimum drop in the next three days may remain around 4-5 degrees Celsius.

The maximum temperature is expected to hover around 16-17 degrees Celsius for the next two days, which is likely to increase from January 29. Thursday's forecast suggests that Delhi could remain at Safdarjung at a maximum of 17 degrees Celsius, while the minimum is expected to be around 5 degrees Celsius.

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