Delhi weather has been getting warmer each day. Moreover, the maximum temperature yesterday settled at 27.8 degrees at Safdarjung, which happens to be the highest this season. However, it seems like the temperatures will continue to be on the rise, as far as the maximums are concerned signalling towards the end of winters.
The maximum temperature yesterday at the Palam observatory settled at 27.2 degrees, which is again the highest maximum this season and is also five degrees above the normal levels.
This increase in temperatures have been attributed to clear sky conditions and change in the wind pattern as warm westerlies are blowing over the region. Therefore, as per our weathermen, temperatures in Delhi are expected to continue to settle in the similar range and not reduce much in the coming days, between 25 and 27 degrees.
Talking about the minimum temperature, there has been a three degree increase from yesterday, i.e. from 10.2 degrees to 13.7 degrees Celsius. These temperatures may see slight drop tomorrow but will not go beyond the 10 degree mark.
Western Disturbances now have become feeble, thus the effect of these systems will not be felt over the plains of North India.
Talking about the pollution levels in Delhi, the air quality will continue to remain in the moderate category in the coming two to three days in most parts. Fog has also been absent from the region due to less rains and absence of high humidity levels in February.
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