The coldest stations in the past one week in the national capital were Narela, Jafarpur, Ayanagar, Palam and Ridge as they recorded ‘severe cold day’ conditions on most days. Met officials said the intensity of the cold day was highest between January 15 to 18 this year. Fog or low clouds along with wind patterns led to cold day conditions, they stated.
Narela on Wednesday recorded a maximum temperature of 14.7 degrees Celsius, five degrees below normal. The day temperature at Safdarjung, which is the city’s base station, and Lodhi Road was 18.1 and 18.4 degrees Celsius, respectively.
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