During the last couple of days, dry weather conditions are prevailing over Delhi and NCR. Shallow to moderate fog and mist prevailed during the morning hours, while days were pleasant with bright sunshine conditions.
Presently, a feeble Western Disturbances as an upper air Cyclonic Circulation is moving across Northern parts of Jammu and Kashmir. An associated upper air Cyclonic Circulation is prevalent over Haryana.
As both the systems will be moving away during the next 24 hours, hence dry northerly and northwesterly winds will be affecting over Delhi and NCR. Due to these winds a further fall in night temperatures is likely over Delhi and NCR during the next two to three days.
During the last 24 hours, the night temperature was recorded at 9.4°C over Safdarjung and Palam Observatory. This is the first time the region has recorded a single digit temperature this season.
The night temperatures are set to fall further and might be recorded close to about 8 degree Celsius during the next few days. While the day temperatures is prevailing around 24 degrees which will also decrease marginally and will settle around 21 to 22 degrees during the next few days.
Due to the blowing northerly winds, pollution level is in mostly ‘moderate’ category over most parts. Since light breeze will be continuing during the day for the next some days, hence pollution levels will be varying between ‘satisfactory’ to ‘moderate’ category.
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