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Delhi is most likely to witness heavy rainfall on Monday morning with cloudy skies all through the day, stated an India Meteorological Division (IMD) forecast.

The minimum temperature on Monday is most likely to be 25 degrees Celsius although maximum temperature is predicted to attain 29 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature on Sunday was 24.eight degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature was 32.1 degrees Celsius – every single two degrees under standard.

Meanwhile, Delhi’s air high quality was in the moderate category on Monday morning. Information from Central Pollution Handle Board showed that the hourly air high quality index (AQI) at 6am stood at 106. On Sunday, the typical 24-hour AQI had been 81, which is in the satisfactory category.

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An AQI among zero and 50 is viewed as “fantastic”, 51 and one hundred “satisfactory”, 101 and 200 “moderate”, 201 and 300 “poor”, 301 and 400 “pretty poor”, and 401 and 500 “serious”.

Due to the rain, air high quality in the national capital is also anticipated to keep in the satisfactory category this week.

On Sunday, the Union ministry of earth science’s air high quality monitoring centre, Technique of Air Good quality and Climate Forecasting And Analysis (Safar) stated, “The all round air high quality is in the Satisfactory category as forecasted. Scattered rainfall activity in Delhi is most likely in subsequent two days and most likely to intensify thereafter. Satisfactory to Very good AQI is forecasted for subsequent 3 days.”

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