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Gurugram: Rain likely on Thursday, to bring down mercury

GURUGRAM: The town won gentle rain on Wednesday morning and skies were overcast right through the day. The Met division has predicted gentle rain on Thursday additionally, and robust winds are more likely to deliver down air air pollution. The easiest rainfall job in Delhi-NCR used to be witnessed in Ayanagar (1.2 mm).

The air high quality additionally progressed marginally. The AQI used to be recorded at 222 (‘deficient’) on Wednesday whilst on Tuesday, it used to be 236. The AQI used to be 366 in Ghaziabad, 358 in Greater Noida, 156 in Faridabad and 369 in Noida. Faridabad used to be the least polluted town in NCR on Wednesday.

Met officers mentioned Gurugram would witness dense fog after Friday in the wake of a renewed drop in minimum temperatures. “Light to reasonable rainfall is likely on Thursday. We expect weather to stay cloudy on Friday and not using a rainfall,” mentioned Kuldeep Srivastav, head of IMD’s regional meteorological division.

Met division has issued an ‘Orange’ caution for gentle to reasonable rainfall, remoted hailstorms and robust surface winds of about 40-50 kmph across Delhi-NCR. An orange caution means people must be prepared as there is higher likelihood of bad or excessive weather, which may disrupt street and air travel.

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