NEW DELHI: According to IMD, cold wave conditions are likely to abate in the national capital as the city woke up to minimum temperature was recorded three degrees above normal at 10.6 degrees Celsius.
The Met department has predicted partly cloudy sky on Friday with the maximum temperature expected to settle at 22 degrees Celsius. As of 5.30 am today, Sadarjung observatory, the city’s primary weather station, recorded a minimum temperature of 12.2 degrees Celsius against 5.6 degrees Celsius recorded yesterday. On the other hand, the minimum temperature was recorded at 12.8 degrees Celsius in Palam (+3.0).
Humidity was recorded at 83 percent at 8:30 am, the IMD noted. The AQI in the meanwhile, as per the updated data by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), stood under the poor category.
The weather department has also predicted that a rainy spell is expected in Delhi from January 22 which will continue till January 25.