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Delhi is shivering

Due to the snowfall in the hilly states including Uttarakhand, Himachal and Jammu and Kashmir, the capital of the country, Delhi has shivered in the cold. Dense fog engulfed many areas of Delhi on Thursday with cold winds blowing. The fog reduced visibility significantly in most areas. The fog stopped the speed of the vehicles.

According to media reports, dense fog was seen in Palam area of ​​Delhi at 4.30 am today. During this, the visibility remained only from 50 meters to 100 meters. On the other hand, dense fog was seen in the Safdarjung area of ​​the capital during seven in the morning. During this, the visibility here was about 100 meters. The havoc of cold and fog was seen in the Rajpath and Lajpat Nagar areas of the national capital Delhi. According to the Meteorological Department, today’s minimum temperature in Delhi can be 8 degree Celsius and maximum temperature can be 20 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department has also expressed the possibility of fog. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted foggy in the city for the whole week. The Science Department had said that there will be dense fog on January 12 and 13.

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Due to cold winds, the people of Delhi have been facing the freezing cold for the past days. But, now the day temperature is expected to increase. The Meteorological Department has forecast that the maximum temperature of the day may increase by up to two degrees between the next two days.

The Meteorological Department has forecast that due to the sunshine throughout the day, the maximum temperature may increase by up to two degrees between the next two days. The sky will be clear during the day on Thursday. During this the temperature is likely to remain between 20 to 8 degree Celsius.

Air pollution is improving in Delhi NCR. This has brought some relief to the people. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), Delhi’s air quality index (AQI) has been recorded at 142 in the middle level on Thursday. A day earlier on Wednesday, the Air Quality Index was recorded at 193. According to the journey, such conditions will remain normal for the next 3 days. At the same time, with the increase in cold, the level of air quality can also reach beyond 200.

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