Neighbourhood News Desk
On February 28, Delhi had encountered a cold wave, where the temperature at night had dropped to six degrees, which is below the normal temperature. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the unusual temperatures that had occurred in the last week of February will likely continue on till March 1.
BP Yadav, deputy director general of the India Meteorological Department said that, the temperature in Delhi has been brought down due to the Snowfall over Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal. Add that with the hailstorm in Punjab, Haryana and the outskirts of Delhi in the past two days.
He also said that Thundershowers will hit Delhi by March 2 to 3, which brings clouds and moisture in the air that leads to rise in the temperature. It also means that the temperature should go back to near normal conditions.