The last day of the year was the coldest of the season – the first day of the new year with thick fog in Delhi, the coldest day of December

Amar Ujala Network, New Delhi
Fri, Jan 01, 2021 06:00 AM IST Updated

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Cold wave continues in northern India. It’s freezing. On the first day of the new year, there is thick fog in and around Delhi. Visibility was also great. Temperatures are expected to rise somewhat from tomorrow but there is no immediate relief from the cold snap.

On the last day of the year, icy winds and severe cold cut through the tremors. The last day of the year was the coldest day of the season. When the minimum temperature went up to 3.3 degrees. The minimum temperature at Lodi Road was recorded at 3.1 degrees. At the same time, December was the second coldest in fifteen years. When the average minimum temperature was 7.1 degrees. Earlier in the year 2018, the average minimum temperature in December was 6.7, in December it was 6.0 degrees.

According to the Meteorological Department, the average minimum temperature in December this year was .1.1 degrees Celsius. So the average minimum temperature last year was 7.6 degrees Celsius. The average minimum temperature in December is 8.3 degrees Celsius, according to the IMD. Temperatures were below seven degrees in 2018 when they were 6.7 degrees in the last 15 years. The average minimum temperature was 200 degrees in 2005, while the average minimum temperature in 1996 was 5.9 degrees in 1996 and.

According to Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the IMD’s regional forecasting center, the minimum temperature has dropped as a result of clear skies, western turmoil in the Himalayan region and La Nina. The minimum temperature was recorded till December 12. Subsequently, the western instability caused turbulence in the Himalayan region and resulted in snow and rain in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. The change in winds from Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh led to a drop in the minimum temperature in Delhi-NCR. The global warming was due to global warming.

On Thursday, both the maximum temperature and the minimum temperature dropped. The maximum temperature was two degrees below normal at 1.4..4 and the minimum temperature was 3 degrees Celsius, four degrees below normal. The maximum and minimum temperatures will start rising from January 2. On January 1, the maximum temperature is expected to be 1 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature is expected to be degrees Celsius.

This year, the cold spell lasted for eight days
In December 2020, eight days of cold snap conditions persisted. Previously, 2018, 1961 had an eight-day cold snap. The maximum chill lasted for nine days in 1965. It is known that a cold wave is declared when the minimum temperature is 10 degrees and below and four to five degrees below normal.

Guess:
The sky will be clear in the morning with thick fog and cold waves.
Today’s temperature
Maximum temperature: 17.4 ° C
Minimum temperature: 3.3 C
Sunset on January 1: 5:36 p.m.
Sunrise on the morning of January 2nd

Cold wave continues in northern India. It’s freezing. On the first day of the new year, there is thick fog in and around Delhi. Visibility was also great. Temperatures are expected to rise somewhat from tomorrow but there is no immediate relief from the cold snap.

On the last day of the year, icy winds and severe cold cut through the tremors. The last day of the year was the coldest day of the season. When the minimum temperature went up to 3.3 degrees. The minimum temperature at Lodi Road was recorded at 3.1 degrees. At the same time, December was the second coldest in fifteen years. When the average minimum temperature was 7.1 degrees. Earlier, the average minimum temperature in early December 2018 was 6.7 degrees, while in December it was 6.0 degrees.

According to the Meteorological Department, the average minimum temperature in December this year was .1.1 degrees Celsius. So the average minimum temperature last year was 7.6 degrees Celsius. The average minimum temperature in December is 8.3 degrees Celsius, according to the IMD. Temperatures were below seven degrees in 2018 when they were 6.7 degrees in the last 15 years. The average minimum temperature was 200 degrees in 2005, while the average minimum temperature in 1996 was 5..9 degrees and in 1993 it was .3..3 degrees.

According to Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the IMD’s regional forecasting center, the minimum temperature has dropped as a result of clear skies, western turmoil in the Himalayan region and La Nina. The minimum temperature was recorded till December 12. Subsequently, the western instability caused turbulence in the Himalayan region and resulted in snow and rain in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. The change in winds from Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh led to a drop in the minimum temperature in Delhi-NCR. The global warming was due to global warming.

On Thursday, both the maximum temperature and the minimum temperature dropped. The maximum temperature was two degrees below normal at 1.4..4 and the minimum temperature was 3 degrees Celsius, four degrees below normal. The maximum and minimum temperatures will start rising from January 2. On January 1, the maximum temperature is expected to be 1 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature is expected to be degrees Celsius.

This year, the cold spell lasted for eight days

In December 2020, eight days of cold snap conditions persisted. Previously, 2018, 1961 had an eight-day cold snap. The maximum chill lasted for nine days in 1965. It is known that a cold wave is declared when the minimum temperature is 10 degrees and below and four to five degrees below normal.

Guess:

The sky will be clear in the morning with thick fog and cold waves.

Today’s temperature

Maximum temperature: 17.4 ° C

Minimum temperature: 3.3 C

Sunset on January 1: 5:36 p.m.

Sunrise on the morning of January 2nd

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