A few good Samaritans in the city made it their mission to offer a haven for strays during the harsh winter months in Delhi.
The weather office has forecast that daytime temperatures are likely to remain above 20 degree Celsius for the next few days till February 2 and fall subsequently thereafter.
This was the second ‘severe cold day’ of the season after Monday.
Well, if we talk about air quality, I am very sure as per the measurement standards, it must never have been good and always rested in the bad, worse, alarming categories.
According to officials, Safdarjung Observatory received 9.1 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours followed by Palam 7 mm, Lodhi Road 7.4mm, Ayanagar 6.2 mm and Ridge 5.8 mm.
With the year’s last rain over, the mercury is set to drop further, while the city may see moderate to dense fog over the coming week, said weather officials.
The relative humidity recorded at 5.30 pm was 80 per cent and the minimum temperature settled at 9.8 degrees Celsius, two notches above the normal.
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Palawat added that heavy snowfall in the western Himalayas has also contributed in bringing down Delhi’s temperatures, as winds from snow-clad mountains are blowing over the city.
Independent weather forecasters said that the city was going to see a harsher winter this season than usual, as temperatures were likely to remain below normal.
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In 2020, the lowest minimum temperature in November was recorded on November 23 at 6.3 degrees Celsius, the officials said.
The relative humidity in the morning was recorded at 85 per cent, according to the India Meteorological Department.