Good news! Delhi air quality improves marginally

New Delhi: The minimum temperature dropped to 5.7 degrees Celsius in Delhi on Sunday. However, according to The India Meteorological Department (IMD), the temperature is projected to rise due to change in the direction of winds in the next two days. Delhi recorded a minimum of 6.6 degrees Celsius on Saturday. Safdarjung recorded a temperature of 5.7 degrees Celsius on Sunday morning.

The IMD official informed that the winds coming from the east are blowing in Delhi, which is not much chilly compared to the cold northwest winds coming from the western Himalayas. Therefore, Delhi's minimum tampan is expected to increase somewhat in the coming two days, he added. The city's minimum temperature is expected to be eight degrees Celsius on Monday. The Air Quality Index (AQI) has improved slightly on Saturday due to wind flowing at favorable speeds and low pollutants in Delhi.

The Air Quality Index (AQI) has now improved from the 'critical' category to the 'extremely bad' category. AQI 347 was recorded at 9 am on Sunday morning in Delhi. While the 24-hour average AQI on Saturday was 407. AQI 460 was recorded in Delhi on Friday, 429 on Thursday, and 354 on Wednesday.

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