Now the effect of cold winds has started reducing in the capital Delhi. Monday was a day of relief for the people of Delhi, who were facing severe cold in the midst of cold wave.
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Now the effect of cold winds has started reducing in the capital Delhi. last days cold wave On Monday, the day was full of relief for the people of Delhi who were facing the bitter cold. India Meteorological Department (IMD) If we believe that in the last four, 23rd January i.e. Monday is the day for Delhi. hottest day recorded in. With a combination of clear sky and warm easterly winds, Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 25.9 degrees Celsius on Monday, 1.9 notches above Sunday’s maximum and five notches above normal.
The last time Delhi recorded the hottest day (January 21) of 2019 was 28.7 degree Celsius. On the other hand, talking about the weather of Delhi, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the sky has been predicted to be cloudy and light rain in the morning and evening, while the maximum temperature of the capital will see a drop again from Tuesday. While there may be drizzle in different parts on Wednesday and Thursday.
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By making you feel the heat, the weather will again take a turn
India Meteorological Department (IMD) meteorologist Kuldeep Srivastava said, Delhi has started showing the effect of active Western Disturbance affecting North India, warm easterly winds are blowing since morning. The temperature has increased to the maximum with the help of warm easterly winds. The national capital recorded a maximum temperature of 25.9 degrees Celsius on Monday, five notches above the season’s average, while the air quality was recorded in the very poor category.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 7.6 degrees Celsius on Monday morning, which is normal for the current period of the year.
Clear sky but Delhi’s AQI in very poor category
According to the IMD, the relative humidity in Delhi was recorded between 100 per cent and 37 per cent on Monday. According to the IMD, Delhi recorded a 24-hour average Air Quality Index (AQI) of 335, which falls in the very poor category.
The department said that an AQI between 0 and 50 is considered good, 51 to 100 satisfactory, 101 to 200 moderate, 201 to 300 poor, 301 to 400 very poor and 401 to 500 severe. Is.
Delhi’s air may deteriorate on Tuesday
According to SAFAR, the air quality monitoring unit of the Ministry of Earth Sciences, the air quality is likely to deteriorate further and is expected to remain in the very poor category on Tuesday. According to SAFAR, there will be some improvement in the air quality index on Wednesday but it will remain in the poor category while on Thursday also the air quality will improve but the category will remain poor.