In Delhi, the nation’s capital, there are fewer clouds after the rains. The IMD claims that starting today, January 31, strong winds will make it colder, but that pollution will significantly decrease as a result. The Air Quality (AQI) Index for Delhi has risen to a moderate level. For Delhi residents, this significant improvement in air quality during cold weather is nothing short of great news, but the increased wind speed is to blame. At the same time, the fog began to cover Delhi this morning. Today, Delhi saw fog for the first time in a long time. Additionally, the cold got worse at the same time.
The Meteorological Department predicts that Delhi will see relatively high wind for three days starting today. Improvement in the air is one manifestation of its influence. At roughly 8 am on Jan 31st, the average AQI for Delhi was 174. At the same time, IGI Airport’s AQI reading reached 113, which is considered to be in near to ”satisfactory condition.”
For three days on one side, Delhi will see strong winds. Delhi’s minimum and maximum temperatures on January 31 and February 2 might range from 9 to 22 degrees Celsius. On the other side, they will stop between January 3 and 5, and the sky will be clear. There will be a small increase in temperature today. Consequently, the minimum and maximum temperatures could be 10-11 and 23-24 degrees Celsius, respectively.