‘Kaanp kahe rahe ho?’ Memes are sweeping the internet as mercury levels in Delhi plummet again due to rain

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Cold winds and rain swept through Delhi-NCR on Sunday, with the minimum temperature in the national capital dipping to 6.4 degrees Celsius. Light but persistent rain throughout the day reduced visibility in the capital and deepened Sunday’s darkness. Light to moderate rain is expected to continue through Monday morning, officials said.

the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast more rainfall in Delhi-NCR over the next 12 hours, even as mercury fell to five degrees below normal for the season as rain lashed the national capital and neighboring regions in the past 24 hours.

IMD’s forecast says mercury is expected to rise from Monday. High and low temperatures are expected to be around 20 and 10 degrees Celsius respectively on Monday.
The weather bureau has predicted that the minimum temperature over the next seven days is likely to be eight to ten degrees Celsius. The daytime temperature is expected to remain around 22 to 23 degrees Celsius from Tuesday through February 4, a Met official said cold wave Conditions are unlikely in Delhi over the next seven days.
Rain continued to lash several parts of the state capital and adjacent areas on Monday. The IMD has forecast some light to moderate rainfall in the region.
This is how netizens of Delhi-NCR reacted to the renewed drop in mercury levels.

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