New Delhi: Day temperatures have started increasing in many states of North India. But in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and many parts of Delhi, early morning is still seen with dense fog. On Friday, February 20, 2021, dense fog was seen in many areas in Delhi in the morning. Visibility was affected due to fog on the Singhu border. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, dense fog can be seen in many areas of Punjab, Haryana and North-West Rajasthan next week too.
Let us know that in the national capital Delhi, the maximum temperature was recorded at 27.8 degrees Celsius on Thursday, which is more than four degrees above normal. The city recorded a minimum temperature of 9.6 degrees Celsius, one degree below the season’s average. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of fog prevailing in the city on Friday morning and then clearing the sky later. The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be around 28 and 10 degrees Celsius.
What is the forecast next?
According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, there are chances of thunderstorms in many parts of the country in the next few days. At the same time, snowfall will continue in cold Himalayan states. On February 19, there is a possibility of rain in the interior of Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala and Karnataka. At the same time, 20 and 21 have also been predicted to rain in the northern and northern eastern states. There will be rains in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh and Uttarakhand on 22 February. The department has reported that the temperature in the states of North and Central India could remain 2 to 3 degrees Celsius above normal next week. Temperature is expected to be normal even at night.