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Light rain likely, mercury to see a rise

GURUGRAM: The town is likely to obtain mild to reasonable rainfall on Thursday, but the mercury will reflect a emerging pattern because of south-easterly winds, in keeping with officers from Regional Weather Forecasting Centre (RWFC). With this new development, IMD has called off its contemporary alert of “severe chilly wave” stipulations around the north-west part of the rustic.

Gurugram’s air deteriorated on Wednesday from Tuesday because the AQI dropped to 242 (‘very poor’) from 190 (‘reasonable’) however it used to be the least polluted town in Delhi-NCR. The AQI used to be 327 in Delhi, 323 in Ghaziabad, 317 in Greater Noida and 302 in Noida. RWFC officers said wind pace is likely to drop to 10 kmphr, which will aggravate the air quality in the coming days. “But AQI may strengthen on Thursday because of brisk wind and rain,” an reliable said.

“A western disturbance is recently under far more than the north-west portions of the rustic. There could also be an caused cyclonic movement. These two weather methods will cause rain on Thursday. After that, we may witness cloudy stipulations on Friday, but there gained’t be any rainfall,” the reliable added.

On Wednesday, Gurugram recorded a maximum temperature of 19.four levels Celsius, while the minimal temperature dropped to 5.2 levels. RWFC officers said temperatures are likely to upward thrust. “After the western disturbance departs, the affect of south-easterly winds in the region will deliver warm air and cause a upward thrust in mercury. The minimal temperature in the town is likely to upward thrust to 8 levels Celsius. A cold wave used to be skilled in the plains for the past few days, however it has now abated,” an reliable said.

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