At 13.7°C, Delhi witnesses coldest October night in 11 years

At 13.7°C, Delhi witnesses coldest October night in 11 years

India TV
Image Source : PTI

FILE IMAGE

With the mercury dropping to 13.7 degrees Celsius, the national capital on Tuesday experienced its coldest October night in 11 years. The temperature was recorded four degrees below the season's normal. The maximum temperature was tracked at 33.8 degrees Celsius.

As per records available with the Safdarjung observatory, it was last in 2009, on October 26 and October 28, when the mercury plummeted to 13.5 degrees Celsius. In the Palam observatory, the maximum temperature was recorded at 33.3 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was 17.1 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's normal.

According to Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD's regional weather forecasting centre, the wind speed remained high on Tuesday, around 15-16kmph, from the north-westerly direction.

Disclaimer: This is an automatically aggregated article/story by a computer program and has not been created or edited by Newsdig.in.

World COVID19 Meter

64670230

Cases

44311537

Recovered

1495409

Deaths
Last updated: GMT
Advt
Advt
Advt
sitemap Disclaimer
Newsdig.in 2019