Delhi Ncr Aqi Delhi S Air Reaches Very Poor Category Know Aqi Of Ncr

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The changing weather has affected the air of Delhi-NCR. In the last 24 hours, Delhi’s air has deteriorated to the very poor category. The average Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 314. At the same time, the air of NCR cities has been recorded in the highest level of poor category. Air standard agencies forecast that there is no change in the air quality for the next two days.

According to the Center’s air standards body Safar India, the share of stubble smoke in pollution was 10 percent. Particles larger than PM 2.5 accounted for 57 percent of PM 10. The level of PM 10 was recorded at 203 and PM 2.5 at 141 micrograms per cubic meter. According to the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 368 places in Punjab. Whereas, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 32 places in Haryana, 168 in Uttar Pradesh, 556 in Madhya Pradesh and 15 in Rajasthan. However, stubble has not been burnt at a single place in Delhi.

Stubble smoke reaching with surface air
According to meteorologists, the weather is constantly changing. Night temperature is falling. At the same time, the wind direction at this time remains towards the north-west. In such a situation, the smoke of stubble is reaching Delhi-NCR with surface winds. Also, locally occurring pollutants are freezing due to low temperature and low wind speed, which is helping to increase pollution.

Wind speed of 12 km per hour
According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), the wind direction was north-west with a wind speed of six to 12 kmph during the last 24 hours. Also, the level of mixing height was 1200 meters and ventilation index was 5500 square meters per second. The department has forecast that the wind direction is likely to be north-west with a speed of six kilometers per hour in the next 24 hours.

AQI of Delhi-NCR
Delhi – 314
Faridabad – 260
Ghaziabad – 259
Greater Noida – 288
Gurugram – 284
Noida – 254

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The changing weather has affected the air of Delhi-NCR. In the last 24 hours, Delhi’s air has deteriorated to the very poor category. The average Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 314. At the same time, the air of NCR cities has been recorded in the highest level of poor category. Air standard agencies forecast that there is no change in the air quality for the next two days.

According to the Center’s air standards body Safar India, the share of stubble smoke in pollution was 10 percent. Particles larger than PM 2.5 accounted for 57 percent of PM 10. The level of PM 10 was recorded at 203 and PM 2.5 at 141 micrograms per cubic meter. According to the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 368 places in Punjab. Whereas, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 32 places in Haryana, 168 in Uttar Pradesh, 556 in Madhya Pradesh and 15 in Rajasthan. However, stubble has not been burnt at a single place in Delhi.

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