People of Delhi-NCR have been facing the brunt of winter for the last one month. Shivering January has passed, but the cold is still there. If the record of 20 years was broken in January, there is no relief in sight in February too. The cold will not subside at least in the first week. Not only will the temperature remain low but we will also have to face cold winds along with dense fog, clouds and rain.
According to the seven-day forecast issued by the Meteorological Department from January 31 to February 6, you will not get sunshine right now. The mercury will also remain between 6 to 20 degrees Celsius. There is a possibility of rain for at least three days in a week and dense fog will also have to be faced in the morning. After the fresh snowfall in the mountains, melting is also expected to increase in the coming days.
The Meteorological Department estimates that on January 31, the maximum temperature may be 19 degrees and the minimum may be 7.3 degrees Celsius. The sky will be cloudy and it may rain in many areas of Delhi-NCR. Wind can blow at a speed of 30-40 kilometers per hour. At the same time, on February 1, the maximum temperature is expected to be 20 and minimum 8 degrees. In the morning, visibility will be low due to dense fog and the sky will be cloudy. Light rain may occur at many places in Delhi. On February 2 also the weather will be similar and there will be clouds in the sky. There may be dense fog in the morning.
Even on 3rd February, clouds will remain in the sky of Delhi-NCR. However, the fog may reduce somewhat. Very light rain may also occur. The minimum temperature on February 4 may be 08 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is likely to go up to 19. There will be partly cloudy sky on 5th and 6th February also. The minimum and maximum temperatures are likely to be 09 and 20 degrees Celsius on both days.