Along with the increasing cold, many areas of Delhi-NCR received rains in the morning on Saturday. The Meteorological Department has forecast that there may also be rains around South Delhi, South West Delhi, Dwarka, Noida and Indira Gandhi International Airport for the next few hours.
Along with this, there is a possibility of rains in North East Delhi, East Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Chapraula, Modinagar, Pilkhuwa, Narela, Loni-Dehat, Hindon Air Force Station, Chandpur, Bijnor, Naziabad and Saharanpur.
On the second consecutive day, Delhi-NCR wind remained in poor category on Friday. However, the air quality index has increased by 11 points in the last 24 hours. At the same time, Delhi – NCR included Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida remained in very poor category for the second day in the air. Visibility in Delhi was less today than in the past.
According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air quality index of the capital was recorded at 295 on Friday. According to Safar, the share of smoke of starch in pollution was small. The PM10 level was 265 and the PM2.5 level was 122 micrograms per cubic meter.
According to Safar, the effect of Western Disturbance is present and pollution has reduced due to increasing wind speed during the day. However, due to the activation of western disturbances, the humidity in the atmosphere is increased. This will help increase pollution with more smog within the next 2 days.