Gurugram: Mercury dips to eight.8 levels Celsius, lowest temp this season | Gurgaon Information


GURUGRAM: Town on Friday recorded the bottom temperature this season at 8.8 levels Celsius. Nevertheless, it was a sunny day, with clear skies and a most temperature of 24 levels Celcius.
Beforehand, the bottom temperature this season was 9.4 levels Celcius on November 24. Town had recorded a minimal temperature of 10 levels Celcius and a most temperature of 24 levels Celcius on Thursday.
At present, chilly winds from snow-capped mountains are getting into the town from the northwest course, in response to the India Meteorological Division (IMD).
Colder climate situations are doubtless within the coming days, with the evening temperatures dropping to seven levels Celsius. The utmost temperature could drop to 21-22 levels Celcius within the subsequent few days.
“The area has began witnessing chilly chilly winds, and the temperatures will fall within the coming days,” an IMD official mentioned.
At current, an higher air cyclonic circulation is hovering over Haryana. Shallow to reasonable fog and mist will prevail through the morning hours, however the days will stay nice, with brilliant sunshine. The visibility was good within the early morning hours of Friday.
In the meantime, the air high quality in Gurgaon remained ‘poor’ on Friday. The dip in temperature made the pollution keep near the decrease ranges of the environment, inflicting a deterioration in air high quality. The AQI was 294, a considerable rise from 257 on Thursday, regardless of a wind pace of 10 km/hr on Friday.
The Sector 51 monitoring station recorded the very best AQI of 310. In the meantime, Vikas Sadan recorded an AQI of 291, Teri Gram, 288, and Gwalpahari, 287.
The AQI degraded from Thursday because of cloudy situations and a discount within the mixing layer top, in response to the System of Air High quality and Climate Forecasting And Analysis (SAFAR). In the meantime, partially cloudy situations and a low mixing layer top (
The air high quality in neighbouring Faridabad additionally slipped into the ‘poor’ class on Friday from the ‘reasonable’ class on Thursday. Town recorded an AQI of 291 on Friday, up from 189 the day gone by. At 296, Noida recorded ‘poor’ AQI, too. In the meantime, Ghaziabad had ‘poor’ air with an AQI of 284. In the meantime, the air high quality in Delhi slipped into the ‘very poor’ class. The AQI elevated to 314 on Friday from 289 on Thursday.


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