The rain and strong winds in the capital Delhi on Thursday changed the mood of the weather. However, the Meteorological Department has issued a warning of rain with strong winds in the capital and surrounding areas even today. Let us know that the strong winds following the rains in Delhi on Thursday have greatly improved the air quality of Delhi.
According to meteorological department officials, the average PM2.5 level in Delhi has come down to around 10 micrograms per cubic meter and the air quality is expected to remain the same for the next 24 hours. According to the meteorological department, on August 8 and 9, the axis of monsoon will reach near Delhi. Due to this, good rain can be seen in Delhi and surrounding areas.
However, the monsoon has weakened once again in Delhi-NCR. Light to moderate rain may occur in Delhi-NCR on Saturday. According to the Meteorological Department, light rain is expected on Sunday. After this, on Tuesday and Wednesday, moderate and heavy rains may occur in some areas of NCR of Delhi.
According to the department, the monsoon trough has once again moved ahead of Delhi. It is expected to receive good rain from Sunday. More rain is expected in the capital next week. Meanwhile, Delhi’s air is going to remain clear for a few days.
According to an estimate of the department, between August and September, the rainfall may be 4 percent above normal. However, there is a possibility of 97 percent rainfall in August. At the same time, according to IMD Chief Mrityunjay Mahapatra, it is expected to rain in the month of September.