Forecast of partly cloudy skies in the Nation’s Capital on Republic Day

India’s meteorological department has forecast partly cloudy skies with no likelihood of rain in Delhi on January 26, when the country holds large Republic Day celebrations at Rajpath in the nation’s capital.

However, the meteorologist predicted shallow morning fog in the city that day.

The maximum temperature on January 26 is expected to hover between 17 and 19 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature is expected to be around 5 to 7 degrees Celsius, the IMD said on Saturday.

According to the IMD forecast, the western disturbance extends over northern Pakistan and the vicinity with an upper trough in the westerly winds from the middle and upper troposphere roughly along 65E longitude. north of 28N latitude with an area of ​​induced low pressure over central parts of western Rajasthan in the lower troposphere. levels.

On January 26, no rain is likely, but partly cloudy skies and light fog in the morning are expected.

For two days, leading up to Republic Day, the meteorologist forecast partly cloudy skies and moderate fog in the morning.

And, for Sunday, the forecast calls for generally cloudy skies, light to moderate precipitation in the morning and very light rain in the evening, and gusty winds with a speed of 15 to 25 km / h were also forecast, said the IMD.

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