Light air pollution is expected in the city on Monday with PM2.5 particles to be the main pollutant, forecasters said.
It’ll be smoggy in the morning in western and northern areas. During the day, city’s southern part will receive some brief drizzle.
Skies will turn cloudy at dusk with clouds clearing. The cold air will linger with the mercury ranging between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be sunny and a bit warmer with the highest temperature up to 22 degrees.
However, the gap between morning and night temperature will grow with the low in the morning dropping to 13 to 14 degrees in downtown areas. Suburban areas will be colder and see a low between 9 and 12 degrees.
The low on Wednesday is likely to be the lowest this autumn. Cloudy skies will be back on Thursday.
The dry and cloudy conditions are expected to last into next week.