Dry weather along with pollution is making a deadly combination for the residents of Delhi. According to a survey of WHO, the air quality in Delhi is the worst than any major city in the world.
During the last 24 hours, dry weather continued over Delhi-NCR. Such climate affects the body by drying out the membranes of nose.
Moreover, with the presence of dry and cold Northwesterly winds, nights are experienced as cool while days as dry with cloudless sky over the area.
As no major weather systems are approaching Delhi-NCR region in coming days, similar weather conditions will prevail during early morning hours. However, evenings will be full of haze and mist.
Further,a slight rise in day temperatures is possible. However, night and early morning hours will continue to remain cool.
Moreover, due to the presence of light winds during early morning, evening and night hours, pollution will remain at its peak. This Pollution level will increase during next 48 hours and likely to come under "very poor" category. Hence, people are advised to keep their preventive plans ready.
However, these winds will slightly pick up their pace during forenoon and afternoon hours. Winds will drift away the dust particles and as a result, pollution level will decrease.
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