Delhi: The minimum temperature rises by 5 degrees Celsius, and light rain is expected1 min read
The temperature in the national capital has begun to increase as a result of the overcast weather. The lowest temperature in Delhi has risen by 5 degrees Celsius, giving off summer feelings.
On Wednesday, the high temperature dropped by three degrees. According to an India Meteorological Department (IMD) report, the minimum temperature at Safdarjung, the city’s base station, was 15 degrees Celsius.
The high temperature was 24.8 degrees Celsius, compared to 27.1 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.
According to the Times of India (TOI), the maximum and lowest temperatures ranged from 27 to 13 degrees Celsius.
Due to the western disturbance, Delhi might get light rain over the next two days, according to the weather prediction.
“The western disturbance on February 28 may not result in rain, but it will maintain the temperature within normal range”, said RK Jenamani, senior scientist at IMD.
Delhi’s air quality remains in the “Poor” category.