After cold nights for the past few weeks, the IMD has predicted only temporary relief for the residents of northwest India from the extreme cold this week.

 As temperatures in northern India rose briefly this week, January 2023 could still go down in the books as the region's coldest, weather expert predicts, with average temperatures dropping like -4. Celsius next week. A cold front is in the sky between January 14-19 and is expected to peak January 16-18, tweeted Navdeep Dahiya, founder of India's Live Weather, an online weather platform. .

While light rains in the national capital may bring a respite from the scorching heat for a few days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) also said that cold snap conditions are common in pockets of the up Delhi and its neighbouring states from Saturday. As he calculates his bets, saying that the results can be changed in the next three days and the wind plays a very important role, the meteorologist warned about the high temperature of the single digits and "cold morning" but it's a "cold" day.

"Also, knowing this is a historic run in the 11th day of January, the next few days are very cold, #January 2023 could be the coldest on record - maybe for 21st century? Mr Dahiya tweeted. The night asked the night and weeks, The IMD had a temporary assistance for residents in the northwest people this week.

The sun's conflict can increase the increase of 2 to 4 cells on the minimum conditions on the planet up to Friday. But he warned of another cold spell hitting the nation's capital after that.

A few days after registering the third worst winter in 23 years, the minimum temperature in Delhi stood at 9.3 degrees Celsius on Thursday, two levels above the average for the season. The maximum temperature is expected to hover around 19 degrees Celsius, according to the IMD.