According to Safar, the air quality is expected to get better with the possibility of thunderstorm and gusty winds hitting Delhi in the evening on May 10 .
According to a SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research) report, the expected rain and wet deposition has improved the air quality and will continue on for the next two days.
Moderate rain also took place in the western parts of Noida and eastern parts of Delhi, including Mayur Vihar and IP Extension.
Delhi-NCR was all covered with a white blanket and the scenery was enjoyed by people.
Experts state that the air pollution in Delhi is said to reach the `hazardous` level in the next two to three days.