Delhi Air Quality: Delhi’s air is very bad, there is no hope of relief for a few days – Delhi Air Quality: Delhi Air In Very Bad Condition

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Delhi’s pollution level reached the very poor category on Tuesday due to unfavorable weather conditions. No relief is expected in the coming three days. Due to the cloudy day on Tuesday, the pollution particles remained on the lower surface. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi recorded a pollution index of 385 on Tuesday. Which was 28 index higher than Monday. On the other hand NCR’s Bahadurgarh, Ballabgarh, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Noida, Gurugram’s index was recorded in very poor and poor category less than Delhi.

SAFAR forecasts that Delhi’s pollution level may remain in the very poor category for the next six days. In the coming days, the pollution level is expected to increase once again due to fog and increasing cold. According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), winds at a speed of 4 to 10 km were blowing from west and north-west in Delhi on Tuesday.

Dense corona is expected to prevail on Wednesday morning. At the same time, the direction of the winds can change from north-west to eight to ten km per hour. Due to which the pollution level is expected to increase. Not much improvement is expected in the pollution level for the next six days. On the other hand, due to low temperature, the mixing height remained at 1100 meters on Tuesday. The ventilation index was also below average.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the pollution level on Tuesday was highest in Delhi-NCR at 385 in Delhi. Delhi’s pollution level was at 357 on Monday. Winds are expected to blow from the northwest direction from the surface level on Wednesday. The weather will be clear in the morning, but heavy fog is expected.

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Delhi’s pollution level reached the very poor category on Tuesday due to unfavorable weather conditions. No relief is expected in the coming three days. Due to the cloudy day on Tuesday, the pollution particles remained on the lower surface. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi recorded a pollution index of 385 on Tuesday. Which was 28 index higher than Monday. On the other hand NCR’s Bahadurgarh, Ballabgarh, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Noida, Gurugram’s index was recorded in very poor and poor category less than Delhi.

SAFAR forecasts that Delhi’s pollution level may remain in the very poor category for the next six days. In the coming days, the pollution level is expected to increase once again due to fog and increasing cold. According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), winds at a speed of 4 to 10 km were blowing from west and north-west in Delhi on Tuesday.

Dense corona is expected to prevail on Wednesday morning. At the same time, the direction of the winds can change from north-west to eight to ten km per hour. Due to which the pollution level is expected to increase. Not much improvement is expected in the pollution level for the next six days. On the other hand, due to low temperature, the mixing height remained at 1100 meters on Tuesday. The ventilation index was also below average.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the pollution level on Tuesday was highest in Delhi-NCR at 385 in Delhi. Delhi’s pollution level was at 357 on Monday. Winds are expected to blow from the northwest direction from the surface level on Wednesday. The weather will be clear in the morning, but heavy fog is expected.

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