Coldest November day in Delhi in five years
New Delhi: Delhiites on Thursday experienced the
coldest day of the November month in the last five years as
maximum temperature dropped seven notches below normal.
The Met office said the temperature dipped due to a
western disturbance as well as cyclonic rainfall on the south
and west coasts.
"Today`s maximum temperature was the lowest in the last
five years," said a Met official.
The minimum temperature was recorded at 15.6 degrees
Celsius, four degrees above normal, while the maximum was
recorded at 22.4.
In the morning, a thin layer of fog engulfed the city
affecting the traffic flow on most city roads.
The skies remained overcast throughout the day while
some areas experienced drizzles.
According to the Met office, the temperature will
oscillate between 15 and 24 degrees Celsius tomorrow.
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