Delhi IMD Alert: According to IMD, yellow alert has been issued in West-South-West Delhi. There is orange alert in North, North East, North West, Central, South East and South Delhi.
Delhi Weather News: Cold wave and fog have been wreaking havoc in the country’s capital Delhi for the last few days. There is a possibility of drop in temperature on Tuesday. At the same time, the Indian Meteorological Department has increased the problems of the people by issuing yellow and orange alerts for Delhi. Delhi pollution level is also in very bad category. According to IMD, yellow alert has been issued in West and South-West Delhi. There is orange alert in North Delhi, North East Delhi, North West Delhi, Central Delhi, East Delhi, South East Delhi, South Delhi. There is orange alert in Ghaziabad and Gautam Buddha Nagar also. The weather will be clear in Gurugram and Faridabad and IMD has a green alert for both the cities.
Don’t expect relief from cold
According to the India Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature on Tuesday is expected to be 7 degrees Celsius. While the maximum temperature is likely to be 24 degrees Celsius. There was fog in Delhi even on Tuesday morning. However, the weather is likely to remain clear during the day. There is little possibility of further drop in temperature during the next five days, but due to dense fog, the problems of the people of Delhi may increase.
Slight improvement in AQI
According to the website https://www.aqi.in/, PM2.5 concentration in New Delhi is 19 times more than the standards set by WHO. On Tuesday morning, the air quality index in Delhi was recorded at 401 in Anand Vihar. The pollution level in most areas of the capital is in very poor category. However, there is partial improvement in the level of PM 2.5 on Tuesday as compared to Monday. The process of improvement in AQI continues for the second consecutive day.
Delhi becomes colder
According to the India Meteorological Department, there was a thick blanket of fog in the national capital on Monday morning, the day of Christmas. Air quality improved from severe to very poor category. The temperature during the last 24 hours remained lower than on Sunday. That means there has been an increase in shivering in Delhi. The maximum temperature recorded on Monday was 23.6 degrees, which is lower than the day before. The minimum temperature was recorded at 9.4 degrees on Sunday, but it was recorded at 7.8 degrees on Monday.
Delhi’s AQI was 393 on Christmas
India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the minimum temperature remained at 9.4 degrees Celsius. The relative humidity at 8:30 in the morning was 100 percent. A slight improvement was seen in Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) on Monday morning. AQI was 393 at 9:05 in the morning. The AQI for the last 24 hours on Sunday was 411. Let us tell you that AQI between zero and 50 is considered good, between 51 and 100 satisfactory, between 101 and 200 moderate, between 201 and 300 poor, between 301 and 400 very poor and between 401 and 500 is considered severe. goes.