Delhi Air Quality slips to 'very poor' category, AQI at 330 in National Capital

At the same time, SAFAR has forecast that there is no hope of relief for the next 2 days with the speed of local winds decreasing and the mercury falling.

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Published on 25 Nov 2021 6:00 AM GMT

Delhi Air Quality slips to very poor category, AQI at 330 in National Capital
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New Delhi: Even after less incidents of stubble burning in the neighboring states adjacent to the country's capital Delhi, the air of Delhi NCR has worsened again. In such a situation, the average level of air has gone from poor to very poor category. The reason for this is that the sluggish speed of the air moving on the surface is being told.

Delhi Air Quality:

At the same time, SAFAR has forecast that there is no hope of relief for the next 2 days with the speed of local winds decreasing and the mercury falling. In such a situation, the level of air can reach the highest category of very poor. At the same time, Delhi's Air Quality Index (AQI) is currently at 330 in the 'very poor' category.

In fact, according to SAFAR, in the last 24 hours, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded in 91 places in Punjab, 59 in Haryana and 186 in Uttar Pradesh, including neighboring states. At present, the smoke of stubble is not dissolving poison in the air of Delhi NCR due to the absence of wind towards north and north-west. At the same time, on Wednesday also, stubble smoke had negligible share in pollution. In such a situation, the level of PM 10 in the air is 327 and the level of PM 2.5 has been recorded at 171 micrograms per cubic meter.

Let us tell you that the forecast of the journey is that due to the low wind speed and the fall in the mercury for the next two days, the pollution will remain on the surface and the level of pollution will increase, there is a possibility of strong winds from November 27. However, this will not make much difference in the level of pollution and the level of air will remain in the very poor category. At the same time, according to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, the wind speed has been recorded at 8 to 10 km per hour on Wednesday. Along with this, the mixing height was close to 900 meters. At the same time, the ventilation index has been recorded at 1500 square meters per second due to the ratio of wind speed and mixing height.

During this, the wind speed coming from the south-east direction will be 5 to 8 kilometers per hour in the next two days. At the same time, the mixing height can be 950 meters on Thursday and 1000 meters on Friday. In such a situation, the ventilation index can be expected to be 1500 square meters per second.

AQI recorded in 361 on the previous day

Significantly, according to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index of Delhi stood at 361 on Wednesday. A day before this, 290 was recorded. On the other hand, the air of all the cities of NCR has also gone from bad to very bad category. At the same time, the most polluted city in the country is Siwan district of Bihar. Where the record has been recorded with AQI 420. Bettiah remained at 386 and Darbhanga at 377.

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