Amid changing temperatures in February, people have been baffled, as warm noons and chilly nights are causing variations of temperatures throughout the day.
According to the IMD bulletin, widespread rainfall is expected in Delhi, Rajasthan, Chandigarh, Haryana, and Punjab on February 3 and 4, and in Uttar Pradesh on February 4 and 5.
Please be aware of the traffic restrictions, detours, and alternate routes for Monday, January 29, if are travelling from Delhi for work or any other reason.
The air quality index from 0 to 100 is considered 'good', 100 to 200 'moderate', 200 to 300 'poor', 300 to 400 'very poor' and from 400 to 500 or above 'severe'.
For the next three to four days, the northern regions of the country are likely to continue experiencing cold waves and days with low temperatures.
At Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, travelers could be seen waiting for their planned flights while others were canceled or delayed due to fog.
North India is expected to experience dense to extremely dense fog, according to the India Meteorological Department
Even though the majority of North India is still experiencing extremely cold temperatures due to a cold wave, visibility in Delhi slightly improved today.
Delhi will see a maximum temperature of about 18 degrees Celsius today and a minimum temperature of about 5 degrees Celsius today.
Delhi schools will reopen for regular classes today, however timing will be from 9am from 16 Jan 2024 onwards, till further notice.
Amidst deteriorating air quality in the area, the central government issued immediately implement GRAP Stage-III curbs
On Monday, the national capital woke to a thick fog, with the minimum temperature being 4 degrees Celsius in the RK Puram area. Visuals showed a thick layer of fog gripping the national capital.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an orange alert for Delhi on Sunday as the cold wave continues to engulf the city and its surrounding areas.
Delhi experienced the coldest night of the winter, with temperatures dropping to 3.4 degrees Celsius.
The nation's capital saw its lowest winter temperature of 3.9 degrees Celsius, three degrees below the seasonal average
Scientist Kuldeep Srivastava of the India Meteorological Department predicts that Delhi residents will experience a break from the cold wave conditions
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Due to the ongoing cold weather conditions in Delhi, schools for students from nursery to Class 5 will remain closed until January 12, according to Education Minister Atishi.
The meteorological department states that on January 1, Cold Day conditions are very likely in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh
The dense fog enveloped the Delhi NCR, reducing visibility in several parts of the region.