Indian Meteorological Department, IMD has predicted isolated to scattered light rainfall is likely over north Peninsular India under the influence of a trough from tomorrow till 11th of this month. IMD said that dense fog conditions are also expected to prevail during morning hours in isolated pockets of Assam, Meghalaya Mizoram and Tripura till tomorrow and over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim till 10th of this month.
On surface wind conditions, IMD said that the plains of Northwest India are likely to experience strong surface winds with a speed of 15 to 25 kilometers per hour for the next three days. The weather agency also predicts fall in minimum temperatures by 2 to 3 degree celsius over many parts of East and Central India during the next 2 to 3 days and no significant change thereafter.
Meanwhile, the Air quality of Delhi is witnessing slight improvement as it moved to the Moderate category with AQI recorded at 165 at 7 in the morning today. (AIR NEWS)