New Delhi: The weather in the national capital, Delhi and NCR, has once again changed its pathway. Nearby areas, including Delhi, witnessed drizzle and light rain in the wee hours of today (Wednesday). According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the spell of rain will continue in Delhi-NCR with lightning and thundershowers on Wednesday, February 9.
At the same time, strong winds with rain are expected to return to the cold again. Let us know that the meteorological department had predicted rain in its forecast. The IMD's predictions about rain and drizzle have been proved to be correct. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), moderate-intensity rain accompanied by thundershowers is very likely to occur over Delhi-NCR and Adjoining areas of Haryana's Sonepat, Gurugram, Hisar and adjoining areas. At the same time, winds of 20 to 40 km per hour can blow.
According to the weather forecast, the minimum temperature in Delhi on Wednesday, February 9, is likely to be 13 degrees while the maximum temperature is likely to be 22 degrees Celsius. While after a light rain, the mild cold may increase. Delhi has been relieved by foggy fog, but the pollution level remains in the poor category. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the air quality in Delhi has been recorded in the category of 'poor.' The Air Quality Index (AQI) was recorded at 245.