At 16 diploma Celsius, Gurugram data lowest most temperature but | Gurgaon Information


GURUGRAM: Town on Tuesday recorded its lowest most temperature following mild, intermittent rain within the afternoon, with the mercury plunging to 16 levels Celsius, 4 notches under the traditional. The earlier lowest most temperature was 18.3 levels Celsius on December 2.
Residents woke as much as shallow fog and overcast skies on Tuesday. Gentle rain began round midday and continued until night, with 1 mm of rainfall recorded on the observatory. The relative humidity settled at 93%.
At evening, the minimal temperature was 10.8 levels Celsius, 5 notches above the traditional. On Monday, the minimal temperature was 11 levels Celsius and the utmost 20.3 levels Celsius.
In keeping with the Indian Meteorological Division (IMD), a western disturbance is passing by means of the area, after which the minimal temperature will begin falling step by step by two-four levels. The IMD additionally issued a warning of dense fog within the morning within the subsequent three days.
“Below the affect of western disturbance, mild rainfall at remoted locations, together with south Haryana, was noticed as we speak. Climate situation is prone to be clear on Wednesday, with no important change in minimal temperature,” stated an IMD official.
“There will likely be a drop in minimal temperatures by two-four levels within the coming days as chilly winds from the northwest begin blowing within the area. With the rise in humidity and drop in temperature, situations are beneficial for the formation of fog and town is predicted to witness an episode of dense fog within the coming days,” the official added.
In keeping with the weekly forecast, Gurugram will see partly cloudy situations on Wednesday, with the minimal and most temperatures prone to hover round 10 and 18 levels Celsius, respectively.
Regardless of the rain on Tuesday, town air high quality deteriorated however remained ‘poor’ for the second consecutive day. The AQI studying was 283 on Tuesday, up from 250 on Monday.
On Tuesday, two monitoring stations, together with Vikas Sadan and Sector 51, recorded ‘very poor’ AQIs of 302 and 343, respectively. Gwalpahari and Teri Gram recorded ‘poor’ AQIs of 261 and 274, respectively.



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