Weather in Delhi today: Temperature is starting to drop and is expected to drop further over the next six days


The minimum temperature in Delhi has started to drop over the past two days, remaining below 15 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature recorded early Saturday was 12.6 degrees Celsius, one degree below normal for this time of year, and the lowest so far this month. It was 14.6 degrees Celsius on Friday.

The minimum temperature is expected to drop further to around 11 degrees Celsius by November 18, according to forecasts from the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

The maximum temperature is expected to experience a similar drop over the next six days, remaining below 30 degrees Celsius. Friday’s maximum temperature was 28.5 degrees Celsius, also one degree below normal for this time of year, and a drop of 33 degrees Celsius recorded on November 8. It is expected to drop further to around 26 degrees Celsius by November 18.

Mornings are also likely to see shallow fog from November 13 to 18, according to the IMD forecast. The temperature at 8:30 a.m. Saturday was around 17 degrees Celsius.

With another western disturbance likely to affect the western Himalayan region from November 13, snowfall or rainfall is likely over Himachal Pradesh, isolated parts of Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh on November 13 and 14. minimum temperatures in many parts of northwest India over the next 24 hours, according to an update from the IMD released on Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, Delhi’s air quality remained in the “very poor” category with an AQI of 311 at 9 a.m. Monitoring stations across the city recorded a 24-hour average AQI in the “very poor” or “poor” categories Saturday morning. Air quality in other parts of the NCR was slightly better – Noida recorded an average 24-hour AQI of 242 at 9am, Faridabad 278 and Gurgaon 300.


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