Delhi: Delhi weather worsens due to cold winds in capital, learn Aqi – Delhi weather worsens due to cold winds Aqi

Delhi weather worsens due to cold winds AQI

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The weather remained inclement in Delhi on Wednesday, as chilly winds swept over the national capital as the mercury remained low. The maximum temperature in the capital was 21.6 degrees Celsius, slightly below the seasonal average. Delhiites woke up on a brisk morning with a minimum temperature of 8.6 degrees Celsius, which is normal for this time of year. Once the AQI improves in Delhi-NCR, the Air Quality Management Commission canceled the action under GRAP-II with immediate effect. However, operations under Phase I of GRAP will continue.

The Meteorological Service predicted a mostly clear sky on Thursday and the maximum and minimum temperatures will be around 22 degrees Celsius and 9 degrees respectively. Delhi’s 24-hour air quality index (AQI), which fell into the “moderate” category, was recorded at 164. According to SAFAR, the air quality monitor of the Ministry of Earth Sciences, air quality will remain “moderate” or “low levels” for the next two days of poor’.

Over the next three days, the air quality is likely to improve due to the speed of the surface wind (14 to 25 km/h) and the temperature (max. 20-23°C, min. 8-9°C). The height of the mixed layer is likely to be about 1. Air quality is likely to improve Thursday, but will remain in the “moderate” category. It is likely to worsen slightly, but remains largely in the “moderate” category on Friday and Saturday. SAFAR said air quality would remain largely in the “moderate” to “poor” category for the next six days.

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