The Western Disturbance over North Jammu and Kashmir is also likely to move away from the region. The blowing of easterly winds is now over, and westerlies/north westerlies will prevail over the Northwest Plains inclusive of Delhi.
As per our experts, during the next 24 hours, we expect light north westerlies but gradually the winds are likely to pick up pace as Anti-Cyclone is likely to set in over West Rajasthan during the next 24 hours.
Yesterday, scattered rains were observed over Punjab and Haryana. Due to the precipitation, the pollution levels were in moderate to poor category. As the winds are changing their course of direction, and if the incidents of stubble burning over Punjab and Haryana are seen then capital city, Delhi will be affected eventually as the pollution levels will increase.
These winds are expected to be light to moderate in nature, so a deterioration in the pollution level will not be much in the coming three to four days. Looks like the Air Quality Index will deteriorate marginally tomorrow but will be in the moderate category as the windspeed towards the afternoon will be of moderate nature. Also, tomorrow onward mainly clear sky will be a sight with comfortably warm day weather conditions. In the morning, a marginal drop in temperature will be experienced. Haziness with patchy mist can be seen over the water belt areas. Dryness in the air will increase gradually mainly during the afternoon.
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