Warm days, cool nights to persist in Delhi NCR

Warm days, cool nights to persist in Delhi NCR

01:17 PM

Delhi weather

The national capital has been experiencing dry weather since past many days. Rains have completely vanished from Delhi-NCR as well as its adjoining regions. However, morning and nights are cool and comfortable with very warm days.

During the last 24 hours also, Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory has recorded 34.5℃ which is 2 degrees beyond the normal. During the same time, the Palam Observatory recorded 35.6℃ which is 3 degrees above the normal range.

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Weathermen at Skymet Weather expect similar weather to continue for two to three days in Delhi and its adjoining regions of Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, and Gurugram. During this period, sky conditions will remain clear and sunny.

Thereafter, both maximum and minimum temperatures will mark a decrease of 1-2 degrees. This fall in temperatures can be attributed to the flow of northwesterly winds over the mentioned regions.

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The pollution levels will continue to remain on the higher end over Delhi and the NCR region for the next two to three days. After that, moderate dry winds from the northwest will start approaching Delhi and the NCR around October 25-26. In wake of this, the high pollution levels will start reducing significantly.

As on October 18, almost all the states in Northwest India including Delhi and NCR are mainly rain deficient due to the prevalence of dry weather conditions.

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