The weather department has predicted a cloudy sky for Delhi till 9 January.
Cold wave in Delhi: IMD issues 'yellow alert' after temperature slips to 3.3 degrees; all you need to know
As per the recent weather update, during the day the temperatures in Delhi will likely be around 19 degrees Celsius today as the wind speeds will be falling. At night the temperatures will hover around 4 degrees
The relative humidity recorded at 8.30 am on Sunday was 95 percent and the maximum temperature is likely to settle around 24 degrees Celsius
Delhi has reimposed ban on construction and demolition activities following the Supreme Court's directions and extended the ban on entry of trucks till 30 November
Delhi's air pollution level dips to 'severe category' again; unfavourable weather conditions major factor
Neighbouring Faridabad (417), Ghaziabad (373), Greater Noida (378), Gurgaon (361) and Noida (383) also saw a dip in air quality on Friday morning.
If we want to reduce air pollution in Delhi, our focus has to be on reducing coal and biomass burning and tackling land degradation and desertification in Delhi-NCR, and in neighbouring states. Unfortunately, in the last 20 years, we have done the opposite.
It was in the same category on Monday as well, which was a marginal improvement from the last three days when it was recorded in the 'severe' category
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Delhi gauged 1,534.3 mm of rainfall in 1933, the highest annual precipitation in the 1901-2021 period
Fresh cyclonic circulation forming over Bay of Bengal; heavy rains likely over east India till Sept 19
The IMD added that intense spell of rainfall is likely over Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, east Rajasthan and Gujarat till 16 September and decrease thereafter
Normally, Delhi records just one or two such events during the entire season, said senior IMD scientist RK Jenamani, adding that the number of 'heavy rain' days this year is very high as compared to previous years
IMD says monsoon may hit Delhi tomorrow, predicts thundershowers over northern plains during weekend
The southwest monsoon will take over the remaining parts of Uttar Pradesh, other areas of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi during the weekend
IMD director-general Mrutunjay Mohapatra said rainfall is not expected to be good in the first week of July and the precipitation activity is likely to pick up in the second half of the second week of the month
Severe heatwave sweeps Delhi as temperature rises to 43.5 degrees Celsius; monsoon still a week away
Most of the monitoring stations in the city recorded a severe heatwave with their respective maximum temperatures remaining at least seven notches above the average
The IMD issued an 'orange' alert for Delhi, predicting "heavy" to "very heavy" rainfall in parts of the capital with winds up to 60 kilometres per hour
The weather forecast body said that only one western disturbance affected the plains of northwest India this January, leading to more cloudless nights and therefore, more cold wave days
Cold and dry northerly/northwesterly winds from the western Himalayas have been barrelling through the plains, bringing down the minimum temperature
Kuldeep Srivastava, the head of the IMD's regional forecasting centre, said 'very dense' fog lowered visibility to 'zero' metres at Safdarjung and Palam at 6 am
Air quality remains in very poor category in Delhi, enters severe zone in Ghaziabad and Greater Noida
There is a possibility of air quality reaching the severe category between 4 and 7 December, the Air Quality Early Warning System for Delhi predicted
Delhi sees coldest November in 71 years, registers mean minimum temperature of 10.2 degree Celsius: IMD
Delhi had recorded a mean minimum temperature of 10.2 degrees Celsius in November 1949. Normally, the mean minimum temperature for November is 12.9 degrees Celsius.
The National Capital had recorded the lowest minimum temperature of 11.5 degrees Celsius last year, 10.5 degrees Celsius in 2018 and 7.6 degrees Celsius in 2017 in the month of November