Delhi: Safdarjung records 3°C, Ayanagar sees 2.2°C, know about other areas

Delhi recorded the coldest morning this winter with the lowest temperature in Safdarjung, the capital’s representative weather station, dropping to 3 degrees Celsius. According to the morning weather report released by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the temperature dropped four places from normal.

Meanwhile, Ayanagar, which normally records temperatures several degrees lower, saw the mercury drop to 2.2 degrees Celsius, IMD data showed. The Ujwa weather station recorded the lowest temperature of 2.3 degrees, and the lowest temperature of Lodi Road and Ridge Island was 2.8 degrees.

Dense fog covered the city with low visibility levels. In its latest bulletin, IMD stated that the visibility level was 25m at 5:30am in Palam, while at 50m in Safdarjung.

Delhi’s Safdarjung recorded its lowest temperature all season on Wednesday, with a minimum temperature of 4.4 degrees Celsius. The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that the daytime high temperature in the metropolitan area would be around 17 degrees, up 0.5 degrees from the previous day.

The IMD has issued a cold wave warning for Delhi for the next three days, and dense fog will continue over the next two days in isolated areas or throughout the capital.

The Korea Meteorological Administration declares a ‘cold wave’ when the minimum temperature drops to 4.5 degrees or more than normal or less than 4 degrees. It is also classified as ‘very dense’ fog when visibility drops below 50 m.

Due to the bitter cold, Delhi Airport has issued a fog update although all flights are currently operating normally. However, the ANI reported, citing the Northern Railway’s Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO), that 12 trains were delayed and two were rescheduled due to fog in northern India.

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