As the temperature in the national capital continues to dip, cold wave further intensified forcing people to take refuge in night shelters. The sufferers in the cold, flocked to Delhi's Ramlila Maidan to survive the windy nights.
Delhi: People take refuge at night shelters as cold wave intensifies in the national capital; visuals from a night shelter near Ramlila Maidan. pic.twitter.com/um5fu22F3P— ANI (@ANI) February 2, 2019
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the maximum temperature was recorded at 20.0 degree Celsius whereas the minimum temperature was at 11.0 degree Celsius. Delhi is witnessing unfavorable fog.
The Air Quality Index (AQI) data revealed the air quality was recorded in 'poor' category in Lodhi road area. The authorities have forecast rainfall in the next couple of days.
Delhi: Major pollutants PM 2.5 at 234 and PM 10 at 230, both in 'Poor' category in Lodhi Road area, according to the Air Quality Index (AQI) data. pic.twitter.com/CyQrqR5CyM— ANI (@ANI) February 2, 2019
Yesterday, some parts of Delhi received minimal rains. On Thursday, the maximum temperature was recorded at 21.5 degrees Celsius, a notch below the normal.