Mist and fog on the streets of Delhi
There has been light rain in Delhi NCR for the third consecutive day on Sunday-Monday night. However, light fog was also seen on Monday morning. Due to this, once again the temperature has dropped here. On Monday morning, the minimum temperature in Delhi NCR was recorded between 8 to 9 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the maximum temperature also dropped from 20 degrees Celsius to 18 degrees. According to the report of Indian Meteorological Department, fog may increase once again in Delhi NCR.
There is a fear that from February 7 onwards, the people of Delhi will be troubled by icy winds blowing from the north-west direction. Let us tell you that it rained well here over the weekend. However, as the weather cleared during the day on Sunday, people also had a lot of fun. People set out towards parks and picnic spots. However, the weather worsened once again on Sunday night and it started drizzling after midnight. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature was recorded at 20.3 degrees on Sunday, but on Monday the maximum temperature dropped by about two degrees and was recorded at 18.
The temperature dropped by one and a half degrees
Similarly, the minimum temperature has also fallen from 11.9 degrees to 9 degrees Celsius. According to the report of Safdarjung Center of Meteorological Department, the sky may remain partly cloudy on Monday. Dense fog will continue in the morning and evening. According to Skymet Weather.com, a website that monitors weather activities, the weather in Delhi will start clearing in the next two days. The snowfall currently occurring in the western Himalayan region will also stop by this evening.
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Pollution increased in Delhi
This will also reduce the effect of icy winds and the temperature may increase. According to the Meteorological Department, after the rain stopped on Sunday, pollution was recorded increasing. According to the air bulletin of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the pollution level in Delhi was recorded at 274 on Monday. The pollution level has been worse at 16 places here. Shadipur was the most polluted area in Delhi. AQI 354 was recorded here. Whereas the least polluted place was Dilshad Garden. AQI 140 has been recorded here.