Delhi's minimum temperature may dip to 3 degrees Celsius, says IMD

Commuters ride through heavy fog on a winter morning, in New Delhi | Photo: PTI

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday said in the morning of December 31, Delhi could witness a minimum of 3 degree Celsius temperature.

Kuldeep Shrivastava, Regional Head of IMD Delhi said, "Cold wave condition will start in Delhi tomorrow and will continue till December 31. On the morning of December 31, Delhi could witness a minimum of 3 degrees Celsius temperature. From January 1, the temperature will rise in the national capital."

On December 28 the minimum temperatures have fallen by 1-2 degree Celsius over Punjab, Haryana, and Delhi and by 3 to 5 degree Celsius over Rajasthan during past 24 hours, according to the weather forecast department.

Churu has recorded the lowest minimum temperatures 0.6 degree Celsius at 8:30 am today. It is followed by Narnaul and Ludhiana having temperatures 1.6 degree Celsius and 2.1 degree Celsius respectively, said the meteorological department.

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