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According to the weekly forecast of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the maximum temperature in Delhi will drop from Feb. 2.

The forecast showed that there will be “partly cloudy” on February 2 and “partly cloudy with light rain” on February 3 and 4, making the maximum temperature on February 4 likely to drop to 18 degrees Celsius from 23 degrees Celsius on February 2. the minimum temperature fluctuates between 8 and 10 degrees Celsius.

The cold snap and cold days over northwestern and central India are very likely to gradually ease after Saturday, while there would be a wet spell over northwestern, eastern and northeastern India from Feb. 2-4, the IMD said Friday night.

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