The weather has brought a pleasant change for the plains states of North India. Due to the active western disturbance that reached the mountains of North India, the fate of the plains states has also been aroused.
Since the night of Diwali in the plains, there has been a change in the direction of the winds and clouds are appearing in some areas of Punjab, Haryana and North Rajasthan. Rainfall activities are expected on November 15 in the national capital Delhi and NCR as well as some areas of western Uttar Pradesh, most cities of Haryana and Punjab, northern and northeastern Rajasthan, as well as some areas of northern Madhya Pradesh. Today, on November 15, light and moderate thundershowers may fall in some places on November 15. At the same time, lightning strikes can occur in some places.
This rain will act as a medicine for those cities of North India, including Delhi NCR, where the air pollution is at the Very Poor category. Improvement in poor air quality is mainly possible in only two ways, one when high winds blow and the other when there is heavy rain. Based on the current weather scenario, we can say that strong wind will not move during the coming 48 to 72 hours, but the possibility of rain during the next 24 hours will clear this pollution to some extent, improving the Air Quality Index.