Delhi, India – October has not seen such a low temperature in the last 26 years

Mercury will go down even further.

Winter has knocked in North India including Delhi. Scientists from the Meteorological Department of India (IMD) said the national capital recorded a minimum temperature of 12.5C on Thursday.

According to IMD, the normal minimum temperature at this time of the year is 15–16C. Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD’s regional forecasting center, said the last low temperature in Delhi in October was recorded in 1994.

On October 31, 1994, the city’s minimum temperature was recorded at 12.3C. On October 31, 1937, the city recorded its lowest temperature of the month – 9.4C.

The minimum temperature is likely to be around 12 ° C in the next two-three days.

IMD scientist said that the minimum temperature is likely to fall to 11C in Delhi by 1 November.

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3 thoughts on “Delhi, India – October has not seen such a low temperature in the last 26 years”

  1. Please send this to the DAILY MAIL and DAILY TELEGRAPH in London, UK.
    All we read about is GLOBAL WARMING!
    I do my best to publicise these reports, but it needs help from AMERICANS please! You are more likely to have letters published in UK [shows global readership to advertisers !!]
    Keep letters to 100 or 150 words. Long letters don’t get published.

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