Delhi: Pollution Expected To Increase In Delhi-NCR After Two Days

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Due to favorable weather conditions, the air of Delhi-NCR is not deteriorating. In the last 24 hours, the air of Ghaziabad and Noida has been recorded in the average category. At the same time, the air of other cities of NCR including Delhi remained in poor category. Air standard agencies forecast that after the next two days, the health of the air will deteriorate due to change in weather conditions.

According to the Center’s air standards body Safar India, in the last 24 years, due to stubble burning in North India, its share in the pollution of Delhi-NCR was three percent. According to the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 243 places in Punjab.

Whereas, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 11 places in Haryana, 46 in Uttar Pradesh, 196 in Madhya Pradesh and 12 in Rajasthan. At the same time, stubble was not burnt at a single place in Delhi. Particles smaller than PM 2.5 accounted for 58 percent of PM 10. The level of PM 10 was 176 and the level of PM 2.5 was 98 micrograms per cubic meter.
The level of PM 10 is considered to be in the safe category when it is less than 100 and PM 2.5 is less than 60 micrograms per cubic meter.

Cold winds coming from the Himalayan valley will increase the chill
There is a feeling of mild winter in the morning and evening in the weather of the capital. Weather experts forecast that the weather is likely to turn after November 25. In such a situation, the cold winds coming from the Himalayan valley will make you feel the chilling winter. According to the Meteorological Department, in the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature was one less than normal at 26.5 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature was two less than normal at 9.4 degree Celsius. The humidity level in the air ranged from 33 to 90 per cent.

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Due to favorable weather conditions, the air of Delhi-NCR is not deteriorating. In the last 24 hours, the air of Ghaziabad and Noida has been recorded in the average category. At the same time, the air of other cities of NCR including Delhi remained in poor category. Air standard agencies forecast that after the next two days, the health of the air will deteriorate due to change in weather conditions.

According to the Center’s air standards body Safar India, in the last 24 years, due to stubble burning in North India, its share in the pollution of Delhi-NCR was three percent. According to the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 243 places in Punjab.

Whereas, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 11 places in Haryana, 46 in Uttar Pradesh, 196 in Madhya Pradesh and 12 in Rajasthan. At the same time, stubble was not burnt at a single place in Delhi. Particles smaller than PM 2.5 accounted for 58 percent of PM 10. The level of PM 10 was 176 and the level of PM 2.5 was 98 micrograms per cubic meter.

The level of PM 10 is considered to be in the safe category when it is less than 100 and PM 2.5 is less than 60 micrograms per cubic meter.

Cold winds coming from the Himalayan valley will increase the chill

There is a feeling of mild winter in the morning and evening in the weather of the capital. Weather experts forecast that the weather is likely to turn after November 25. In such a situation, the cold winds coming from the Himalayan valley will make you feel the chilling winter. According to the Meteorological Department, in the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature was one less than normal at 26.5 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature was two less than normal at 9.4 degree Celsius. The humidity level in the air ranged from 33 to 90 per cent.

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