Due to the active and strong western disturbance on the mountains, a change in weather may begin soon. The Meteorological Department is hoping to get relief from the dreaded situation of pollution the next day of Diwali. Night temperatures can rise by 3 to 4 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department forecasts that the sky may be cloudy on the day of Diwali i.e. on Saturday. The next day on Sunday with rain, thunderstorms can provide relief from pollution.
Changes are seen in the weather and firecrackers and fireworks have been banned for increasing pollution levels, but by running fireworks secretly on Diwali, pollution levels can increase. For this, the district administration is also appealing people not to burn firecrackers on Diwali and instructions have been given to take action against those who secretly fire crackers.
Rain will wash away pollution
On Wednesday, the day temperature was 29 ° C and night temperature was 12 ° C. Earlier the night temperature was hovering around 10 and 11 degrees Celsius, which has been recorded to increase. The meteorological department predicts that the night temperature will reach 14–16 ° C in the next 3 days. This will reduce the effect of cold at night. At the same time, people can get some relief from pollution due to the strong wind with cloudy sky on Saturday. There may be rain on Sunday, due to which pollution is expected to be washed away.