Delhi Delhi NCR Weather Updates Change in weather gurugram and other parts of NCR get light rainfall

Amar Ujala Network, Ghaziabad

Published by: Pooja Tripathi
Updated Sun, 30 May 2021 05:26 PM IST

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Cloud cover in Delhi-NCR and strong winds have changed the weather conditions and people have been relieved from the heat while light rain is also expected in many parts of the country ….

The climate in Delhi-NCR has changed
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The weather conditions changed at Delhi-NCR this evening. The first strong storm in Gurugram dusted the entire city and then drizzle started in the city. Due to the rain, people have been relieved from the heat that has been falling for the past few days.

At the same time, the weather in the capital, Delhi, took a turn for the worse. The sky was overcast with strong winds. On the other hand, Ghaziabad and surrounding areas are also cloudy and it may rain at any time. The mercury dropped somewhat due to the wind which caused little relief to the people.

Enter the fresh air category
The maximum temperature will be 39 and the minimum 27 C for the next 24 hours, according to the Meteorological Department. Let us know that Delhi Delhi-NCR air was registered in the clean category on Saturday. This is more than twice as much when the air level is in the clean range in the month of May. However, dust from Rajasthan will contaminate Delhi-NCR within 24 hours.

According to the Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 87 on Saturday. In NCR, only Faridabad air 107 and Ghaziabad air 103 were recorded in the average category. Apart from this, Gurugram’s air 77, Greater Noida’s air 78 and Noida’s air 92 are clear with AQI.

According to Safar India, a dust storm is likely in Rajasthan. Due to the southeastern direction of the wind, its effect is also seen in Delhi-NCR. Due to this, the PM10 level in the air rises and by May 31 the air reaches the bad category. Over the past 24 hours, PM10 levels of 95 and PM2.5 levels in the air have been recorded at 29 micrograms per cubic meter.

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The weather conditions changed at Delhi-NCR this evening. The first strong storm in Gurugram dusted the entire city and then drizzle started in the city. Due to the rain, people have been relieved from the heat that has been falling for the past few days.

At the same time, the weather in the capital, Delhi, took a turn for the worse. The sky was overcast with strong winds. On the other hand, Ghaziabad and surrounding areas are also cloudy and it may rain at any time. The mercury dropped somewhat due to the wind which caused little relief to the people.

Enter the fresh air category

The maximum temperature will be 39 and the minimum 27 C for the next 24 hours, according to the Meteorological Department. Let us know that Delhi Delhi-NCR air was registered in the clean category on Saturday. This is more than twice as much when the air level is in the clean range in the month of May. However, dust from Rajasthan will contaminate Delhi-NCR within 24 hours.

According to the Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 87 on Saturday. In NCR, only Faridabad air 107 and Ghaziabad air 103 were recorded in the average category. Apart from this, Gurugram’s air 77, Greater Noida’s air 78 and Noida’s air 92 are clear with AQI.

According to Safar India, a dust storm is likely in Rajasthan. Due to the southeastern direction of the wind, its effect is also seen in Delhi-NCR. Due to this, the PM10 level in the air rises and by May 31 the air reaches the bad category. Over the past 24 hours, PM10 levels of 95 and PM2.5 levels in the air have been recorded at 29 micrograms per cubic meter.

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