NEW DELHI: As the emissions have been minimized, Delhi witnessed its Air Quality Index (AQI) under the 'satisfactory' category at 58 with a clear sky.
While the AQI was satisfactory on Monday, it will improve to good on Tuesday, said the Centre-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR).
SAFAR said, "Rainfall under the influence of western disturbances has contributed to AQI betterment along with the reduced emissions."
The weather office has said that throughout the day the sky will remain clear along with strong surface winds. The minimum temperature for Monday will remain around 17 degrees Celcius whereas the maximum will be around 31 degrees Celcius.
As the whole nation is under 21 days' lockdown, nature has got the time to heal all the damages done by the people. Not only the national capital but pollution has certainly decreased in various other cities and states making it somewhat better amidst the chaos surrounding COVID-19.