Delhi-NCR temperature rises by two degrees Celsius

With the increase in temperature in Delhi-NCR, the wind has also intensified.


New Delhi: With the increase in temperature in Delhi-NCR, the wind has also intensified. Due to this, the bad air has started improving. The Meteorological Department said that the level of pollution in the air of Delhi was found to be moderate on Wednesday. Whereas the temperature was recorded at 31.1 degree Celsius with an increase of two degrees above the average. The Meteorological Department said that the temperature of Delhi has started increasing. Along with this, the surface winds have also intensified, due to which the particles of pollution are dispersed and the air is getting cleaner.


At present, the weather of Ghaziabad and Noida was normal on Wednesday. There was a decrease in the temperature in the afternoon. So in the evening, due to strong wind, a slight coolness was felt in the weather. The temperature in Noida was recorded at 22 degrees on Wednesday. Whereas in Ghaziabad it was 23 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department says that the weather in Noida and Ghaziabad will remain cool in the morning and evening.


According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality index (AQI) was recorded at 162 in the city at 4 pm, indicating moderate to moderate air pollution. The Meteorological Department said that the average minimum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 14.2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. The department said that on Thursday also the sky will remain partly cloudy and the maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be around 31 and 15 degree Celsius respectively. It was sunny in Delhi on Wednesday morning and the sky remained clear. According to the department, the humidity in the air was recorded at 24 percent in the evening. The Meteorological Department has forecast an increase in the maximum temperature in the coming days.