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Yellow warning about severe cold in Delhi today: what does it mean?

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Daytime temperatures in Delhi on Monday are expected to be around 19 degrees Celsius as winds pick up. According to the Indian Meteorological Administration, the night temperature in the capital of India is expected to be around 4 degrees Celsius.
The metropolitan area and surrounding areas are experiencing a cold wave with the temperature dropping below 4 degrees Celsius for the first time this winter. The Indian Meteorological Administration (IMD) said Sunday morning the temperature at Delhi’s base station Safdajung was 4.6 degrees, while in Jafarpur it fell to 3.3 degrees and Lodi Road to 3.6 degrees. The
Meteorological Agency has issued a yellow warning for the capital on Sunday and Monday.
R.K. Jenamani, CEO of IMD Meteorology, also said there could be mild rain on December 24 or 25. What does
yellow alarm mean? The
IMD has several color-coded alerts that show the weather for a specific location. It analyzes the weather forecast data for a specific area for several days and then issues an alert.
Yellow Weather Alert indicates very bad weather. It also suggests that worsening weather can interfere with daily activities and that people may remain vigilant.
This warning is universal and is also issued during floods or heavy rains. The IMD also issued a yellow warning for Uttarakhand in December 1821. In many parts of the state, such as Ranichauri, Mukteshwar, Mussuri, Pitogarh and New Tehri, temperatures are near sub-zero.
Cold Wave in Delhi
A cold wind has been rampant in the capital over the past two days due to strong, dry northwest winds, IMD reported. However, on December 21st, when the weather improves at the Korea Meteorological Administration, the magic will be activated.
Daytime temperatures in Delhi on Monday are expected to be around 19 degrees Celsius as winds drop. According to the weather forecast, the night temperature in the capital is expected to be around 4 degrees Celsius. How is the
cold wave announced? The Korea Meteorological Administration declares a cold day when the maximum temperature is 4.5 degrees lower than normal. A cold wave is signaled when the daily minimum temperature is 4.5 degrees or less than 4 degrees below normal.
Colds across northern India
Sub-zero temperatures have been recorded in several parts of northwestern India. In Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, both daily highs and lows were several steps below normal. In
, minus 2.5 degrees Celsius was recorded in Sikar, eastern Rajasthan, 8.5 degrees lower than normal. The western desert area of ​​Churu recorded minus 2.6 degrees Celsius, 8.4 degrees lower than normal. In Amritsar, Punjab, minus 0.5 degrees Celsius was 4.3 degrees below normal, and the highest temperature was 15.5 degrees, 5 degrees below normal. Batinda recorded 0.1 degrees, 3.5 degrees lower than normal, and 17.6 degrees, the highest of 4 degrees.

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