delhi news: capital is going hot day by day


Snowfall has occurred in many parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The cold wave has again started due to the icy winds. This has led to some drop in temperature. Hail has also occurred with rains in many places including Jammu and Shimla. The Meteorological Department says that due to the active disturbance in the northwest, with snowfall in the mountains, the plains including Delhi-NCR may receive rain on Sunday.

By the way, heat is disturbing in Delhi-NCR as well as at night. On Saturday, the minimum temperature in the capital was recorded at 17.8 degrees Celsius, 5 degrees above normal, which was the highest in the last nine years. Earlier in 2013, on February 27, the minimum temperature was recorded at 13 degrees. The maximum temperature was 31.7 degrees Celsius, 6 degrees above normal. With the sky clear in the next 24 hours, there is a possibility of partial fall in maximum and minimum temperatures.

According to the Meteorological Department, due to the weak activity of western disturbance and the sky is getting more hot. However, the Western Disturbance is likely to become active next week. Due to snowfall in the mountains, the maximum temperature will also decrease in the plains. According to the Territorial Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in Delhi on Saturday was 2.6 degrees higher than Friday’s 15.2 degrees Celsius, 17.8 degrees Celsius.

Due to the increase in the minimum temperature along with the maximum, heat was felt in the morning and night. At the same time, due to excess heat, people are starting to sweat during the day. In the last 24 hours, the maximum humidity level in the air was 94 and the minimum was 44 per cent. The sports complex area of ​​Delhi was the hottest at 33.6 degrees Celsius.

When was the minimum temperature

Year temperature

2021    17.8

2020    13

2019    09

2018    15

2017    11

2016    13

2015    13

2014    12

2013    13

(Minimum temperature on 27 February)

Delhi’s air quality remained in poor category

The Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi-NCR also remained in poor category on Saturday. AQEI improved to average in Gurugram. At the same time, the air quality index in Ghaziabad was recorded in very poor category. According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the average air quality index of the capital was recorded at 203. AQI was 307 in Ghaziabad. According to Safar, these days the winds coming from the desert areas are bringing dust particles to Delhi. Because of this, dust is increasing in the air. In the last 24 hours, the level of PM 10 in the air was 195 and the PM 2.5 level was recorded at 68 micrograms per meter.

Where is the AQI

Ghaziabad 307

Greater Noida 254

Faridabad 241

Noida 215

Delhi 203

Gurugram 165


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