Delhi Weather: Weather Will Take a U-turn in Delhi From Tomorrow, Possibility of Cold increasing Again With Rain For 3 Days, IMD issued Warning

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Delhi Weather: The maximum temperature which is continuously increasing in the capital Delhi may see a decline from next week. According to the Meteorological Department, due to western disturbance, there is a possibility of rain in Delhi on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Weather experts have estimates. Due to rain, the maximum temperature may drop by three to four degrees. Due to decrease in temperature, there are chances of increase in coldness again.

Increase in Maximum Temperature: According to the Meteorological Department, there has been a continuous increase in the maximum temperature for the last few days. But on Friday there was a slight decrease in it. The maximum temperature on Friday was 27.2 degrees, while on Saturday the maximum temperature was recorded at 26.5 degrees. This is two degrees more than normal. There was no feeling of coolness due to sunlight. On Saturday, the minimum temperature of Delhi was recorded at 7.4 degrees, which is one degree less than normal.

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Mungeshpur was The Coldest Area on Saturday: According to the Meteorological Department, Mungeshpur was the coldest area of Delhi on Saturday, where the minimum temperature was recorded at 5.2 degrees. At the same time, Pitampura was the hottest area, where the maximum temperature was recorded at 27.4 degrees. There are chances of light rain and strong wind in Delhi on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The maximum temperature on February 20 is expected to be around 22 degrees.

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Air likely To Remain in Poor Category Again

Pollution in the capital is likely to remain in poor category for two days. There was a slight decrease in pollution on Saturday compared to Friday. While Delhi's Air Quality Index (AQI) was 257 on Friday, the AQI was recorded at 245 on Saturday. Experts believe. That pollution will come in moderate category from Tuesday. Due to increasing wind speed, it will remain in moderate category for two to three days.

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Publish Date: February 18, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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