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Attention Delhi’s weather will again get disturbed due to the effect of western disturbance, IMD issued rain warning

The impact of another western disturbance may be seen in the capital Delhi next week. The Meteorological Department estimates that there is a possibility of drizzle at many places in Delhi after Monday. Due to this, the day temperature will not increase rapidly.

Light fog was seen in most parts of Delhi in the morning. The fog cleared as the day progressed. There was bright sunshine during the day. Due to this the temperature has increased. The maximum temperature recorded at Standard Observatory Safdarjung was 26.2 degrees.

The weather will remain pleasant for five days

Due to the continuous western disturbance coming over Jammu and Kashmir, westerly winds have become active. Due to this, heat is being felt in many areas of North India. According to the Meteorological Department, a western disturbance is currently active. Whose impact will be limited till Friday, but there is a possibility of a western disturbance again on Saturday 24th February. Due to this, there may be rain in the Northeast.

Breathed clean air after 12 days

At the same time, the effect of the activity of Western Disturbance is being seen on the air of Delhi. After 12 days, Delhi’s air remained clean on Thursday. Delhi’s air quality index has fallen below the 200 mark. This is the eighth day of this year when the air has become breathable.

Slight improvement in pollution levels: People of Delhi have to face different weather conditions.

Due to different factors, this time we are facing more pollution than usual. Due to absence of western disturbance in November and December, wind speed remained slow and pollution level remained higher than normal. There was some relief on Thursday.

Let us tell you that, an AQI between zero and 50 is considered “good”, between 51 and 100 “satisfactory”, between 101 and 200 “moderate”, between 201 and 300 “poor”, between 301 and 400 “very”. “Poor” and between 401 and 500 are considered “Severe”.