Delhi: Delhi’s pollution level improved due to sunshine and strong winds, but it is expected to worsen in the coming days – Delhi Pollution Level Improved Due To Sunshine And Strong Winds

People of Delhi enjoying the sunshine file pic

People of Delhi enjoying the sunshine file pic
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There was some improvement in the pollution level due to bright sunshine and winds blowing at a speed of 20 km per hour from the north-west direction. Delhi’s air quality index dropped to 306 on Thursday. The AQI was 321 on Wednesday.

SAFAR forecasts that Delhi’s pollution level may remain in the very poor category for the next six days. In the coming days, the pollution level is expected to increase once again due to fog and increasing cold.

According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), pollution levels have declined due to favorable weather conditions. On Thursday, winds from the northwest direction moved at a speed of six to 15 km.

Cold wave continues in Delhi-NCR
The cold wave continued on Thursday in Punjab and Haryana including Delhi-NCR. The minimum temperature in both the states remained below 10 degrees Celsius and most areas witnessed moderate to heavy fog.

Hisar in Haryana was 4.8 while Rupnagar in Punjab was the coldest city with a minimum temperature of 4.5 degrees. 14 trains running late: Due to fog in many areas of North India, 14 trains coming to Delhi are running late. Railway spokesperson has given this information.

There was some improvement in the pollution level due to bright sunshine and winds blowing at a speed of 20 km per hour from the north-west direction. Delhi’s air quality index dropped to 306 on Thursday. The AQI was 321 on Wednesday.

SAFAR forecasts that Delhi’s pollution level may remain in the very poor category for the next six days. In the coming days, the pollution level is expected to increase once again due to fog and increasing cold.

According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), pollution levels have declined due to favorable weather conditions. On Thursday, winds from the northwest direction moved at a speed of six to 15 km.

Cold wave continues in Delhi-NCR

The cold wave continued on Thursday in Punjab and Haryana including Delhi-NCR. The minimum temperature in both the states remained below 10 degrees Celsius and most areas witnessed moderate to heavy fog.

Hisar in Haryana was 4.8 while Rupnagar in Punjab was the coldest city with a minimum temperature of 4.5 degrees. 14 trains running late: Due to fog in many areas of North India, 14 trains coming to Delhi are running late. Railway spokesperson has given this information.

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