Four days after two feet of snowfall occurred in Hill Queen Shimla, not only the entire state but Shimla also had minimum mercury in many cities of the country including Chandigarh, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Dehradun, Ambala and Karnal. According to the Meteorological Department, due to snowfall in the mountains, Delhi is feeling cold in the morning and evening. Meanwhile, Delhi’s air has reached the category of ‘very bad’. According to the journey, AQI of Delhi was 325 this morning.
Shimla recorded a minimum night temperature of 11.5, while Ahmedabad recorded 11.4 degree Celsius. Minimum temperatures were recorded at 8.5 in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, 9.6 in Chandigarh and 11.9 degrees in Jaipur in Rajasthan. At the same time, the maximum temperature in the state has increased by four to five degrees above normal.
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of cloudy day in the coming days with the increase in day temperature. At the same time, the weather will remain clear during the day with dense fog prevailing in various areas on Wednesday morning.
According to the regional meteorological department, the minimum temperature of the capital was 7.8 and the maximum temperature was 26.5 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. Mild heat was also felt due to increase in day temperature and sunshine. However, by evening, people were seen covering themselves with warm clothes.
According to the Meteorological Department, due to snowfall in the mountains, light cold is being felt in the morning and evening in Delhi. However, in the coming days, the maximum temperature can reach 27 ° C after being cloudy till 14 February.
This will increase the heat in Delhi in the coming days. Talking about the last 24 hours, the maximum level of humidity in the air was 100 and the minimum was 42 percent. Due to this, there was moderate fog in various areas of Delhi in the morning.
Delhi-NCR winds up in very poor category
Delhi-NCR wind also remained in very poor category on Tuesday. At the same time, Ghaziabad recorded the most stifling in the highest level of the very poor category. Delhi-NCR is expected to reach the highest level of very poor category with the wind and deterioration in the next two days. According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the average air quality index of the capital was recorded at 305 on Tuesday.
The day before it was recorded 303. According to Safar, air conditions are likely to worsen due to non-support of air and poor ventilation index. In the last 24 hours, the PM10 level in the air was recorded at 295 and PM2.5 level 152.
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