Delhi reeling under double whammy of cold and pollution, rain adds to woes
Delhi reeling under double whammy of cold and pollution, rain adds to woes

New Delhi: Delhi residents are facing a double whammy of cold and pollution. Dense fog has engulfed the sky, reducing visibility. Meanwhile, rain has lashed several parts of Delhi today, which is expected to intensify further. Air from Delhi and Gurugram has been recorded in a very bad category.

The impact of western disturbances will bring about a change in the weather in Delhi in the next three to four days. The day temperature is expected to drop by four degrees with cloudy and light rain while the minimum temperature will rise. The northern part of the country is witnessing the impact of an active western disturbance. This is causing rain and snowfall in the higher Himalayan regions. In North India, clouds and rain are expected in north India like Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Delhi. It will be cloudy during the day as well.

The cloudy weather will bring down the sun, bring down the day temperature and make it cold. The wind speed is also likely to be up to 12 kmph. The wind speed has been very low for a long time. Now, the benefits of increasing wind speed will also benefit the people in the form of pollution reduction.

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