- Delhi has been breaking the record of at least one season every month since August 2020.
- The major role of climate crisis is clearly seen in the change of weather patterns.
- Scientist said- Temporary atmospheric events in the national capital are the immediate result
In the midst of the danger of Corona, nature is also showing the scene of terrible devastation by coming to the fore through its various forms, whether in the form of a storm or in some other form. At the same time, due to climate change, events like floods, cyclones and droughts are coming in some corners of the world. India is also facing this threat. A direct example of this, IMDK data shows that Delhi has broken at least one weather record every month since August 2020.
Scientists said that these new weather records are the result of temporary atmospheric events in the capital, the role of climate crisis is clearly visible behind the change in weather patterns.
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The highest rainfall in August 2020 after the year 2013
Delhi recorded 236.5 mm of rain in August 2020, the highest since 2013. The weather officials also observed that only 50 per cent of the total rainfall was witnessed in two days, 68.2 mm on 12 August and 54.8 mm on 20 August.
Records its hottest month in two decades
Delhi recorded the hottest month in nearly two decades in September. The capital’s average maximum temperature this month was 36.2 degrees Celsius, breaking the previous record of 36.1 degrees Celsius in 2015. Earlier, the highest average maximum temperature was recorded in Delhi in September 2001, when the mercury rose to 36.3 degrees Celsius.
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Breaks 58 years old record of winter in October
In October, Delhi broke a 58-year-old record when the minimum temperature was only 17.2 degrees Celsius. November broke an even older record, when the month’s average minimum temperature fell to 10.2 degrees Celsius, last seen in 1949. When the mean minimum temperature in November was 9.6 °C in 1938. This colder weather also persisted in December and January.
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