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Delhi News Weather: Ready for Triple Attack of Fog, Cold Wave and Pollution

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Delhi News Weather: According to Skymet, the weather in the plains will change due to the effect of western disturbance.

Delhi News: On 26 and 27 December, the cities of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-NCR, western Uttar Pradesh, and northern Rajasthan will be cloudy. There may also be rain in these parts.

Highlights Delhi News:

  • Dense fog may occur for the next two days
  • The minimum temperature will also be between 3-4 degrees
  • Changes in the situation are possible from 26 December

Special Correspondent, New Delhi

Fog, cold waves and pollution will triple attack the capital. For the next two days, people will have to face these three troubles simultaneously. The mood of the season will remain the same till Christmas.

While there may be dense fog for the next two days, the minimum temperature will also remain at 3 to 4 degrees. Apart from this, pollution will also disturb.

This triple attack is caused by the worsening movement of the winds. However, the situation may change from 26 December.

Due to the impact of western disturbances, the weather in the plains will change on 26 December. At the same time, the minimum temperature has started declining on Tuesday.

The minimum temperature was reduced to just 5.3 degrees. It is three degrees below normal. The maximum temperature was 23.9 degrees, which is three degrees above normal.

During the day, there was a feeling of hotness due to sunlight. The sky will be clear on Wednesday. The maximum temperature can remain around 24 and the minimum temperature around 4 degrees.

Cold wave outbreak can be seen in some places. Delhi News

According to the Meteorological Department, there will be dense fog shadow till December 26. There will be an outbreak of cold waves in some places in the capital.

After which there are signs of change in weather due to light rain on 27 December. According to Skymet, the weather in the plains will change due to the effect of the western disturbance.

On 26 and 27 December, the cities of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-NCR, western Uttar Pradesh, and northern Rajasthan will be cloudy. There may also be rain in these parts.

However, the possibility of rain is more in the Terai areas of Punjab and Haryana as well as the Terai regions of western Uttar Pradesh.

The southern parts of these states and Delhi are unlikely to receive more than a drizzle or light rain.

Before this rain, the cold wave will occur in some areas of Northwest India. The temperature will rise between 26 and 28 December.

After that, the northwest cold winds will again show their effect when the weather is clear. Overall, we can say that the farewell of December and the arrival of the New Year are expected to be in the midst of the bitter cold.

Delhi Pollution: Pollution serious, won’t get relief for the next few days

According to Safar, the pollution level of the capital remained extremely poor on Tuesday morning. Winds were very weak on the ground surface.

It will become slower in the coming times. Due to the falling temperature and the slowing of the winds, the mist is forming all over North India.

Highlights:

  • Freezing winds and fog increased pollution
  • Delhi’s AQI increased to 418 on Tuesday
  • Pollution levels may increase further in the next few days
  • Pollution is also at a serious level in many cities of North India.

Special Correspondent, New Delhi

Pollution in the last days of the year has made it difficult for the capitalists to breathe. Pollution levels became severe on Tuesday. Because of which people experienced a lot of trouble.

Pollution reached a critical level for the second time in December. The increase in pollution was due to the slowing of winds and fog.

According to CPCB’s air bulletin, the capital’s AQI increased to 418 on Tuesday. At around eight in the morning, AQI was 350. But due to fog, pollutants started settling on the lower surface.

The speed of the winds was not enough for these pollutants to flow, due to which it continued to grow rapidly.

After 9 o’clock in the morning after fog, the sheet of smog dominated the Delhi NCR throughout the day.

Some areas of the capital reached the emergency level. These include 451 in DTU, 431 in ITO, Punjabi Bagh 443, Nehru Nagar 458, Patparganj 478, Ashok Vihar 465, Sonia Vihar 459, Jahangirpuri 482, Rohini 450, Vivek Vihar 474, Narela 432, Okhla Phase-4 in 433, Wazirpur 443, Bawana 432, Mundka 438, Anand Vihar 478 and Chandni Chowk 448.

Apart from NCR, pollution in many cities of North India remained at a severe level. These included Baghpat 407, Bulandshahr 458, Faridabad 407, Ghaziabad 458, Greater Noida 450, Hisar 417, Kanpur 452, Lucknow 412, Meerut 446, Moradabad 408, Noida 437.

According to Safar, the pollution level of the capital remained extremely poor on Tuesday morning. Winds were very weak on the ground surface.

It will become slower in the coming times. Due to the falling temperature and the slowing of the winds, the mist is forming all over North India.

At this time radiative fog is being formed due to the local seasonal condition. Therefore it will not last long. On 23 and 24 December, however, pollution levels will be extremely poor. In some places, it can be severe.

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