In the North India, the cold will increase by the rains, Pollution will increase in Delhi in dense fog

According to the Meteorological Department, according to the possibility of rain and snowfall in the western Himalayan regions till January 24, in some areas of Punjab and northern Haryana, it is expected to get more than normal from January 17.

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In the North India, the cold will increase by the rains, Pollution will increase in Delhi in dense fog

SPECIAL THINGS

  1. Dense fog in Delhi will worry
  2. Rains will increase in northern plains
  3. Rainfall and snowfall likely in the western Himalayan regions till 24 January
New Delhi: 

Due to the active activity of western disturbances , due to the possibility of snowfall in the western Himalayan regions and some areas in the plains, Punjab and Haryana , due to the rains , Delhi and surrounding fog may be expected to increase the quality of the air. According to the Meteorological Department, according to the possibility of rain and snowfall in the western Himalayan regions till January 24, in some areas of Punjab and northern Haryana, it is expected to get more than normal from January 17.

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Its direct effect will be seen as an increase in the amount of fog in the surrounding areas. The Meteorological Department’s forecasting unit has predicted heavy fog in most areas of Delhi, Haryana, North Rajasthan and Punjab on Saturdays and Sundays. Considering the weather patterns, the Central Pollution Control Board has expressed the possibility of entering the ‘very poor’ category on Saturday after staying in the ‘poor’ category on the air quality air index on Friday in Delhi and adjoining areas.

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The board has expressed the confidence of improvement in the quality of air by looking at the possibility of wind speed in the afternoon after Sunday. In Delhi and adjoining areas, the speed of the northern winds is expected to increase from the existing level of 5 km per hour to Sunday at 10 km per hour.

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