Today Meteorological Department issued Alert in These Areas
Delhi NCR Weather: Cold wave continues in the capital Delhi for almost two weeks. Icy winds trouble people throughout the day. While there is dense fog in the morning. On Monday, after several days, the capital got some respite from the biting cold in the afternoon.
The sunlight gave some relief to the shivering people. But it is not for long. Meteorological Department says. That there is still a possibility of the cold returning. The cold wave since morning continues even today. There is dense fog at some places also.
got some relief from the sun yesterday
The maximum temperature on Monday was 17.6 degrees, the weather department said. This was three degrees below average. The highest temperature was 6.1 degrees. This is 1 degree less than average. The humidity level in the air was 55 to 95 percent. The highest temperature was 13.4 degrees in Gurugram, 12.7 degrees in Faridabad, 14.6 degrees in Ghaziabad and 14.9 degrees in Mayur Vihar.
Today the Meteorological Department issued alert in these areas
It is predicted that the sky will be clear on Tuesday. There may be moderate to dense fog in the morning. Delhi IMD has issued yellow alert. The temperature can range from 18 degrees to 7 degrees. The sky will also be clear on January 24.
The fog will subside. The temperature can range from 18 degrees to 8 degrees. There may be partial clouds from January 25 to January 28. The minimum can be 8 to 10 degrees and the maximum can be 18 to 19 degrees.
cool breeze from the mountains
Skymet said that despite no snow on the mountains, it is still cold in the capital. (weather update). The low temperature of the mountains and the frozen water of the lakes are the reasons for this cold. This is the reason why cold winds are coming. The likelihood of Western opposition on January 27 is now higher.
This system will affect the weather in the mountains for three days. There will be no rain in Delhi. Due to this system, one can get relief from cold for a few days. The cold will increase again after the system develops.
Triple attack of cold, fog and pollution in Delhi
Pollution can remain very bad for about ten days. The Meteorological Department has also made a similar estimate regarding pollution. On Monday, Delhi AQI was 333, which was very bad. When there are fireworks in the evening. So changes may be seen in this also.
According to the air bulletin of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), pollution levels remained very poor at 25 places in Delhi and poor at three places. By evening it started improving rapidly. Delhi's pollution rate on Monday was 333. It is predicted that the pollution level will be very bad from January 23 to January 25. The situation may remain very bad for the next six days.
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Publish Date: January 23, 2024
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