Delhi weather: Chill makes a comeback,night temperatures to dip further

Winter chill in the Capital is expected to continue in the coming days with weatherman predicting that night temperatures will see a dip from Wednesday night.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:February 16, 2012 3:59 am

Delhi weather: Winter chill in the Capital is expected to continue in the coming days with weatherman predicting that night temperatures will see a dip from Wednesday night. On Thursday morning,minimum temperatures of 8 to 9 degrees Celsius are expected,IMD officials said. This will be a decrease from Wednesday morning’s minimum of 11.3 degrees Celsius.

After two days of warm weather when maximum temperatures touched 26 degrees Celsius,day temperatures in the city dipped to 21.7 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.

“There are no indications that the winter is coming to an end just yet,” said Dr R K Jenamani,Director of the of Meteorological department at IGI Airport. Night temperatures will see a two to three degree Celsius dip starting Wednesday night while day temperatures are expected to see a rise in the coming days,he said.

On Wednesday,parts of Delhi reported minimum temperatures of less than 10 degrees Celsius. Narela reported a minimum temperature of 7 degrees Celsius on Wednesday morning while Mingeshpur and the Northern Ridge region reported 7.6 and 9.6 degrees Celsius,respectively. Maximum day temperatures remained below 22 degrees Celsius in all parts of the city.

Fog is not expected to make a comeback. The Met department has ruled it out for the next three to four days. For Thursday,it has predicted mist in the morning and a maximum day temperature of 23 degrees Celsius.

Video of the day

For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App

    Live Cricket Scores & Results