Delhi wakes up to chilly morning, air quality continues to be ‘very poor’

National capital woke up to a misty cold morning on Friday with minimum temperature settling at 4.7 degrees C, three points below season’s average here. Air quality in the city was ‘ very poor’, with an index value of 390 at 0900 hours , according to the Central Pollution Control Board. The relative humidity was 89 per cent at 0830 hours , the weatherman said.

According to the MeT office, the sky is likely to be clear through the day while maximum temperature is kikely to go upto 22 degrees C. Cold wave is to continue till Saturday, as per the MeT department. On Thursday, the maximum temperature settled at 22.3 degrees C.

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