Winters can be colder each year, this time in Delhi, with minimum temperatures reaching 7.5 degrees Celsius

Scientists from the Indian Meteorological Department have reported that the capital Delhi is likely to be colder than usual this year, with scientists calling the Pacific Ocean weather events La Niನಾa, which causes winter. In May, the global climate will be affected. During La Niನಾa, temperatures in the central Pacific Ocean fall below normal and can affect weather in remote areas, triggering wind patterns. It is associated with colder than normal winters in northwest India.

Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD’s Regional Weather Forecasting Center (RWFC) said, “The maximum and minimum temperatures in this season are 2-2.5 degrees Celsius above normal. Also, since the winters are already starting to get hotter, the minimum temperature is likely to drop to 10.6 degrees Celsius. Temperatures of 10 degrees are usually after December 20th. Maximum temperatures start to fall in early December. “When there are no clouds, the ground will cool down faster and the minimum temperature will be lower,” he explained.

Delhi recorded a minimum of 7.5 degrees Celsius on Friday, five degrees above normal and the lowest in November in 14 years. On Saturday, when it was 8.5 ° C, the maximum was 24.6 at C. In the following days, Srivastava has said that it is expected to drop to 7 ° C at least Sunday before the western disturbance on November 23. After it passes, day and night will be cool again.

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VK Soni of IMD’s Environmental Monitoring Research Center said, “While global conditions like La Niನಾa are prevailing, areas of northwest India have a tendency to cool down.” Currently, the mercury dip helps blowing out pollutants with strong winds but the wind speeds after November 23 can reduce and trigger air quality deterioration, Sony said. On Saturday, the average wind speed was 16–17 km per hour, and the winds were 251 at 4 pm, with a 24-hour average air quality index.