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No rains in national capital for now, Delhi Pollution to remain on the higher side

November 2, 2023 4:24 PM |

Delhi has been seeing dry weather conditions for the past few days with both minimum as well as maximum temperatures remaining stagnant. Minimum is around 16 degrees and maximum is around 32 degrees Celsius.

There is a feeble Western Disturbance over the hills of North India. This system will give weather over mountains. During its wake, Delhi may see a drop in minimums by a degree or so, but nothing significant is expected. The minimum may be around 15 degrees and the maximum hovering around 30-31 degrees Celsius.

The winds are not picking up much which is why the pollution remains on the higher side. There is an anti Cyclone over parts of North Rajasthan which is keeping winds light and stagnant.

For now, no rains will be seen and along with that winds will remain light over the city for at least the next few days. This will also ensure that Delhi Pollution remains on the higher side.

Today was the first day this season that the visibility at Palam dropped to 1000 metres. This is because humidity is high morning and the winds are light therefore, the pollutants are not getting dispersed and causing a thick layer of smog over the national capital.

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