The people of NCR, including the capital, were shocked by the earthquake in Delhi late on Friday night. The people of Delhi, who slept overnight in the shadow of fear, saw some change in the morning weather. The weather is moving all over North India including the capital. Summer has also arrived in Delhi, but today there was a lot of fog again in some parts of Sabuh capital.
When Delhi opened its eyes on Saturday morning, the view was somewhat foggy, a thick sheet of fog was seen in many areas of the capital, the mist was so much that the eyes had to struggle to see something far away. Apart from this, the medicines of Delhi also looked bad. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research, Delhi’s air quality is in the ‘very poor’ category.
Earthquake tremors for several months in North India
Severe tremors of earthquake have been felt in many states of North India including Delhi-NCR, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan on Friday night. Earth quenched at 10:31 pm and the epicenter of the earthquake was in Tajikistan and its magnitude is reported to be 6.3. A few minutes later, the news of earthquake again in Punjab created an atmosphere of fear. It was told by News AJC NI that the Earth was shaken for the second time at 10:34 pm, but its center was in Amritsar, Punjab, but the Meteorological Department has ruled out being the epicenter of Amritsar.
Earthquake tremors were felt when people were preparing to sleep. The tremors were so intense that people ran out of the house in fear. People living in tall buildings in Delhi-NCR were very frightened because the vibration is felt more in the tall buildings. People are sharing their experiences on social media. People started calling each other and asking for well.
Warmest February seen in 15 years
The rising temperature is visible in the month of February. The Meteorological Department of India (IMD) said that the temperature in the national capital reached 30 degrees Celsius in February. This is the first time in 15 years that these are usually winter days in Delhi, but meteorological data shows that in 2006, the maximum temperature in the first half of February exceeded 30 degrees Celsius. Delhi also recorded its maximum temperature for February on Wednesday.
According to IMD data, the maximum temperature recorded on Wednesday at Safdarjung weather station, considered the city’s official marker, was 30.4 degrees Celsius, seven degrees above normal. However, weather scientists say the initial rise in temperature is neither “unusual” nor necessarily indicative of an unusually warm month, or the arrival of summer.