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As per IMD officials, the trace rain was due to high humidity and close to the IMD Sector 39 observatory. With cloudy weather, there hasn’t been much fog in the city but with clear skies at night and drop in temperature, even dense fog can form in the city in the next two days as per IMD officials.
According to the outlook for temperatures during the winter season, winter may not continue for long, this time around
November this year also wettest since 1972; Maximum temperature in Chandigarh dives by 8.9 degrees to 16.6°C; hail also reported in some parts
This rain spell resulted in a significant improvement in the air quality index (AQI), going down from “poor” at 264 in the early hours of Thursday to 51 to be placed in the “satisfactory” category within a span of 12 hours
Updated on Nov 30, 2023 11:54 PM IST
ByDinkle Popli, Ludhiana