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Cold winds make Delhi-NCR air poisonous, beyond AQI 350

Cold winds make Delhi-NCR air poisonous, beyond AQI 350

The rising cold in Delhi-NCR has started showing an effect, due to which the level of air pollution along with the cold winds has also brought trouble. Air pollution reached dangerous levels in Delhi on Tuesday.The average air quality index (AQI) of Delhi-NCR is 361, which is the worst. AQI 393 was recorded at Anand Vihar, 364 at Bawana, 345 at Alipur, 376 at ITO, 386 at Okhla and 377 at Wazirpur. Bad air level The cold in Delhi is constantly increasing and along with it the level of air pollution is also increasing the problems of the people. The minimum temperature in Delhi is around 6-7 degrees.The humidity in the air is also very good, with an average of 100-80 percent being recorded. On the other hand air quality is being recorded between worse and worse.This condition of air pollution is due to the slow movement of air.

The average air quality index (AQI) of Delhi-NCR is 361, which is the worst.

Cold winds make Delhi-NCR air poisonous, beyond AQI 350
Cold winds make Delhi-NCR air poisonous, beyond AQI 350

If the air moves fast then the particles of pollution spread here and there but the air quality remains poor due to non-wind and moisture retention.The Meteorological Department says that the sky will be clear but winter will increase further.The cold will increase throughout North India and fog will also prevail.On Monday, some improvement in air quality was anticipated as the wind was somewhat strong but later it declined again.After December 23, the wind speed is expected to be slow due to which the quality of the wind may become worse.On 24 December, the air quality in some areas of Delhi like Jahangirpuri, Vinobapuri, Sahibabad and GT Road can be much worse.However, it is expected to improve after 24-25.

 

 

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