Delhi-NCR Weather Report Today 17 September 2022: The rain in Delhi-NCR has given a feeling of cold. Due to the rains in different parts of Delhi-NCR for the last several days, there has been a steady drop in the temperature, due to which the weather has become soft and there has been a lot of relief from the sultry heat. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), in the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature in Delhi fell by 8 degrees below normal and recorded 25.9 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the minimum temperature was also recorded 3 degrees below normal. This is the lowest temperature so far this month.
According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi’s official Meteorological Center Safdarjung Observatory has received 10.5 mm of rain from 8:30 am to 11:30 pm. At the same time, due to rain, water-logging occurred in some parts of Delhi, due to which people had to face difficulties. The Meteorological Department has forecast that the sky will remain cloudy in Delhi on Saturday as well and there may be light rain or drizzle. There is no chance of rain from Sunday. On the other hand, the weather in Noida and Gurugram will be more or less similar to Delhi.
How will the weather be in Delhi, Noida and Gurugram on Saturday?
- On Friday, the minimum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 22.5 degrees Celsius, 3 hours below normal and the maximum temperature was 8 to 25.9 degrees Celsius below normal.
- The humidity level in the air was 98 to 100 percent.
- The maximum temperature in Delhi is expected to be 31 and the minimum temperature is 24 degree Celsius on Saturday. The sky will remain cloudy and there may be light rain or drizzle.
- The maximum temperature in Noida is expected to be 38.4 and the minimum temperature is 28.2 degree Celsius. It will be partly cloudy with a chance of light rain or thundershowers.
- The maximum temperature in Gurugram is 33 and the minimum temperature is likely to be 24 degree Celsius. It will be partly cloudy here.
‘Air pollution’ relief continues in Delhi-NCR
The air quality index in Delhi on Friday recorded in the ‘good’ category for the first time this year due to continuous light rain for the past two days. The air quality index in Delhi has been recorded in the ‘poor, very poor or severe’ category for 127 days till September this year. This is the highest since 2016, when 153 days were recorded during the same period. At the same time, according to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi has been recorded at 69 in the ‘satisfactory’ category on Saturday morning. 100 has been recorded in Noida and 63 in Gurugram. The AQI is defined as ‘good’ between zero and 50, ‘satisfactory’ between 51 and 100, ‘moderate’ between 101 and 200, ‘poor’ between 201 and 300, ‘very poor’ between 301 and 400. ‘ and between 401 and 500 are considered in the ‘severe’ range.