The weather of Delhi seems to bring constant relief for Delhiites. Pollution smoke is pouring in all over Delhi. But still its level remains poor. This morning the Air Quality Index peaked at 249. Whereas yesterday morning its level was 378. Hopefully now rain will come and bring winter. Light rain or drizzle may occur till Friday. After that two days of strong winds can begin. All these systems are telling that now winter is going to start in Delhi.
Delhi’s minimum temperature was recorded at 15 degrees. The maximum temperature will go up to 31 degrees. The weather seems to be changing rapidly in the capital. The weather was completely clear this morning. Apart from this, there was light breeze also. The changing weather has reduced pollution of the capital. Despite this, it’s level still remains poor. Today at 10 am its level was at 249, while its level had risen to 378 yesterday morning.
It is believed that pollution will continue to decrease. The reason for this is that the Meteorological Department is expecting rain and strong winds. There may be some change in the weather from this evening. Some areas may receive drizzle or light rain this evening. According to the department, tomorrow and the day after will be the same day on Friday. That is, drizzle or light rain will continue in some areas. The Meteorological Department is also stating that there is a possibility of strong winds in the capital on Saturday and Sunday, after which the fog may fall in Delhi.
On the other hand, Skymet says that the wind will continue to move towards north and the sky will remain clear till today. Therefore smog is not expected. With this, rains are expected in many parts of Northwest India, especially Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, while Delhi and National Capital Region will receive light to moderate rains. With these ensuing rains, there is a possibility that pollutants will be washed away, causing a change in the quality of the air.
It says that the level of pollution will be in the moderate to poor category later this week. Pollution levels are also largely dependent on the intensity of rainfall. If the rains are widespread and heavy, the pollutants will easily be washed away. He says that around November 7, the wind speed may decrease for a short period due to the change in wind direction and pollution levels are expected to increase at that time, but this will only be for some time.