Aaj Ka Mausam : For the past few days, there is news of relief for the people of Delhi-NCR who are troubled by the heat. According to the latest forecast of the Meteorological Department, the people of Delhi and NCR will get some relief from the heat of the sun for the next two days. According to the Meteorological Department, due to Cyclone Gulab, a game of eyeballs between the sun and the clouds will continue in Delhi and western Uttar Pradesh for two days. However, the Meteorological Department has also made it clear that there will be no heavy rain this week. The good news is that the weather will take a turn from the 1st of October and due to cloudy sky, people are expected to get some respite from the heat.
During this, the maximum temperature in Delhi-NCR is likely to be around 33 degrees, while the minimum temperature will be around 26 degrees. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain in different states of the country in the coming days.
Air index in Delhi crosses 100
Due to lack of rain for a few days, the air in Delhi-NCR has started getting polluted again. According to the Air Quality Bulletin issued by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air index across Delhi and NCR crossed 100 on Tuesday. The average air quality index of Delhi has been recorded at 120. Apart from this, AQI was 119 in Faridabad, 120 in Ghaziabad, 159 in Greater Noida, 153 in Gurugram and 107 in Noida. This level of air quality is rated by experts in the satisfactory to moderate range. According to the Meteorological Department, the level of air pollution is likely to remain similar for the next few days after the rains have stopped.
What is the condition of rain in other states
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), due to the influence of the low pressure area formed in the Bay of Bengal, heavy rain is expected in South West Bengal. At the same time, there may be heavy rain in Madhya Maharashtra, Konkan as well. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall in Gujarat, North Konkan, North-central Maharashtra and Marathwada during the next two days.
Despite the farewell of ‘Gulaab’, the rain did not stop
Cyclone Gulab may have departed from West Bengal two days ago, but the process of rain continues in the capital Kolkata. The situation is that due to the rains, water is gradually filling up in the urban areas. The streets and streets of Kolkata have been flooded with knee-deep water. At the same time, normal life in Hooghly-West Midnapore is disturbed due to rain water. The low-lying areas of the cities have been flooded with water till their waist. Due to incessant rains, a two-storey house collapsed in the Ahirtola area of the city, leaving many people trapped under the debris. However, the good thing is that everyone was safely evacuated in time.