The active Western Disturbance had resulted in light rains on December 12 over entire Delhi NCR region. These rains were much needed in improving air quality that had been deteriorating at an alarming rate.
December 13 observed a significant change in wind pattern with winds changing their way in northerly/northwesterly directions. These winds were mainly chilly in nature thereby making cold and dry weather to continue over the entire region.
At present, in the absence of any active Western Disturbance, the sky conditions are mainly clear. Moreover, the minimum temperatures have decreased significantly and are expected to drop down even more in the coming days.
During the last 24 hours, Delhi has experienced lowest temperature of the season around 7.2℃ followed by Palam around 7.6℃. This value is slightly expected to decrease more in next 24 hours.
Moreover, pollution level over Delhi NCR has seen a marginal improvement and at present is under‘moderate category’.
Further, day will remain comfortably cold with the bright sunshine. Maximums will reach between 21℃-22℃ while minimums will settle around 7℃. These weather conditions are expected to continue during the next few days over entire Delhi NCR region.
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