People in Delhi NCR-region are experiencing bone-chilling cold. It appears that the national capital is waking up to a freezing temperature, each day. The latest media reports note that Delhi on a foggy Monday morning (December 30, 2019) woke up to a temperature of 2.2 degree Celsius. It is extremely cold in the city. One pair of warm clothes are seemingly not enough. In fact, it is so cold in Delhi that people are taking to Twitter to feel the warmth of laughter by sharing hilarious and relatable memes. ‘Dilli Ki Sardi’ is trending on social media platform with Delhiites tweeting funny memes as dense fog in the region reduces visibility, affecting air traffic and vehicular movement in the streets. Dense Fog Engulfs Delhi, Flight Operations Hit, 30 Trains Running Late Due to Low Visibility.
The national capital is under a cold spell since December 14, 2019, and with the recent drop of temperature, the city witnessed its second-coldest December since 1901. The Safdarjung Observatory noted that since 1992, the minimum temperature in Delhi was 2.4 degrees on December 30, 2013, and 2.3 degrees on December 11, 1996. With the temperature dipping further to 2.2 degrees on Monday morning, the national capital witnessed the coldest temperature of the season. Funny Memes and Jokes About Dilli Ki Sardi Have Taken over the Internet And Mumbaikars Can't Relate!
Delhi-NCR netizens took to social media to share relatable jokes and memes. #DelhiWeather, #DelhiWinters and #DilliKiSardi are trending on Twitter, while citizens try to brace the chilliest temperatures.
Here Are the Tweets:
— Ankit Sethi (@ankitkumarsethi) December 30, 2019
— Balbir Swami (@swami_balbir) December 30, 2019
Never-Ending Delhi vs Mumbai Winter Debate!
— Gypsy Soul 🌸 (@SubtleWomaniya) December 30, 2019
Not Much of A Difference!
— Ayush Bansal (@IMAYU15) December 30, 2019
Dilli Ki Sardi!
When smiley 🥶🥶🥶 has a baby face.. #dillikisardi
— Aiyappa CG (@yaps9) December 29, 2019
— Divyansh Verma (@photowalalekhak) December 28, 2019
Should you BE wearing any more clothes? Well, with the temperatures dipping this fast, you must! No matter how many layers of clothes you may have wrapped yourself in, if you are living in Delhi, the chances are significant that you would still be filling cold. Keep yourself warm and stay updated with all the recent reports of Delhi’s winter. Enjoy the season!