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Delhi Weather Today Rain: Delhi Temperature Today 4 Feb 2024
Delhi Weather Today Rain: Today, Delhi experienced a slight dip in minimum temperature and a rise in maximum temperature compared to the seasonal averages. At 7:00 am, the minimum temperature stood at 14 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season’s average. Conversely, the maximum temperature settled at 23.2 degrees Celsius, one notch above the season’s average, according to data from the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Improved Visibility and Air Quality In Delhi
Delhi’s main weather station, Safdarjung, reported a visibility of 1.8 kilometers at 7:00 am, a significant improvement from yesterday’s 200 meters. This improvement can be attributed to the light rains the city witnessed last night, which also contributed to better air quality and reduced fog conditions.
Delhi Weather Forecast 5 Feb 2024
Delhi Weather Today Rain: The IMD has forecasted a generally cloudy sky with light rain during the day, caused by a fresh western disturbance. A yellow alert has been issued for tomorrow, with predictions of light rain and thunderstorms accompanied by gusty winds. Following that, Delhi is expected to experience moderate to dense fog conditions with a clear sky and no alerts until February 9.
Delhi Air Quality Index (AQI) Update
Although Delhi’s overall Air Quality Index (AQI) has significantly improved compared to last month, there has been a slight increase from 214 to 253 today. The city continues to fall in the ‘poor’ category, according to data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). Delhi currently ranks seventh among the most polluted cities across India.
IGI Airport Enhancements and Flight Operations
Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport in Delhi recently equipped its second runway, Runway 10/28, with CAT III technology. This enhancement allows for safe landings during low-visibility conditions, even amidst inclement weather. Despite these upgrades, flight operations continue to experience delays due to adverse weather conditions.
January Temperature Trends In Delhi
During the month of January until January 30, Delhi witnessed its lowest average maximum temperature in the last 13 years, standing at 17.7 degrees Celsius. Similarly, the average minimum temperature was recorded at 6.2 degrees Celsius, the second lowest in 13 years, as reported by PTI.
As Delhi navigates through varying weather patterns and endeavors to address air quality concerns, staying informed about meteorological updates and adopting necessary precautions remains paramount for residents and travelers alike.
Bad Weather Forecast For Punjab, Haryana and Himachal
Severe weather conditions persist in Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh, with significant road closures reported. In Himachal Pradesh alone, 485 roads and 4 National Highways have been shut down due to the prevailing harsh weather over the past 24 hours.
The latest weather update from IMD Chandigarh issued an orange alert for the entire region late in the evening. According to the update, isolated areas in Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh experienced light rainfall on Saturday morning. The forecast indicates that light to moderate rainfall is expected to commence from the southern parts of Haryana and Punjab, extending across various regions, including Chandigarh, within the next 24 hours. This spell of rain may be accompanied by thunderstorms, lightning, gusty winds (30-40 Kmph), and isolated hailstorms. Isolated rainfall is also expected on February 5.
In the past 24 hours, Chandigarh received 0.4 mm of rainfall, while Patiala and Ambala recorded 0.6 mm and 0.5 mm, respectively. The minimum temperature in Punjab ranged from 7.6 degrees Celsius in Budh Singh Wala, Moga, to 11.1 degrees Celsius as the highest minimum temperature. In Haryana, temperatures varied from 4.2 degrees Celsius in Mahendragarh to 10 degrees Celsius in Sirsa. Chandigarh recorded a minimum temperature of 10.5 degrees Celsius.
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On Saturday evening, Patiala registered the highest maximum temperature in Punjab at 19.8 degrees Celsius, while Faridabad recorded the highest maximum temperature in Haryana at 23.7 degrees Celsius. Chandigarh experienced a maximum temperature of 21.2 degrees Celsius.
Residents and travelers in these regions are advised to stay updated on weather forecasts and take necessary precautions to ensure their safety and well-being during this period of adverse weather conditions.