The rains that started in Northwest India including Delhi since yesterday, may have reduced the heat but there have been problems like traffic jams, waterlogging and falling of trees. After nearly 40 years in the capital Delhi, the minimum temperature was recorded at 17.2 degree Celsius in the month of May.
A thick layer of fog engulfed Delhi today morning, resulting in extremely reduced visibility. IMD had predicted cold to severe cold day conditions for some parts of Uttarakhand, Punjab, Delhi and UP during the next 24 hours. The minimum temperature in the national capital dropped down to six degrees Celsius.
Weather Update: Many states of Central India including Delhi will receive rain from January 11 to 13