The utmost temperature settled at 21.5 levels Celsius in Delhi. (file picture)
NEW DELHI: Delhi on Wednesday recorded a minimal temperature of 5.four levels Celsius, three notches under the traditional, even because the climate division stated chilly wave may make a comeback over the subsequent two days.
The utmost temperature settled at 21.5 levels Celsius.
Chilly situations gripped town on Tuesday with the minimal temperature dropping to 2.1 levels Celsius, seven notches under the traditional.
An India Meteorological Division (IMD) official stated a chilly wave is prone to make a comeback in Delhi because the minimal temperature is predicted to dip by 4 levels over the subsequent two days.
“Icy winds barrelling by means of the plains are prone to carry the mercury down once more,” he stated.
Within the plains, the IMD declares a chilly wave if the minimal temperature dips to four levels Celsius. A extreme chilly wave is when the minimal is 2 levels Celsius or much less.
Delhi had recorded a ‘chilly day’ on Sunday with the utmost temperature dropping to 15 levels Celsius, six notches under regular and the bottom this month.