Breath became poisonous: Delhi-NCR’s air deteriorated, pollution graph may increase today, Ghaziabad’s worst condition

One day before Dussehra, the Delhi-NCR air reached the category of the poor. The worst air quality was in Ghaziabad with an AQI of 248. Meanwhile, with the exception of Faridabad, all cities were registered in the poor category. The Center’s Weather and Air Quality Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) system predicts that air quality could change over the next three days. Air quality is likely to improve when it rains.

According to SAFAR, particles larger than 2.5 micrometers accounted for 55% of PM10 on Wednesday. The wind speed is expected to remain between 15 and 28 km / h for the next three days. Air quality can improve if it rains well. Currently, the share of stubble smoke is negligibly recorded in the pollution of Delhi. His part will be recorded in the next few days. In the past 24 hours, the PM 10 level was 177 and the PM 2.5 level was 80 micrograms per cubic meter.

The pollution effect will be less this year due to seasonal conditions

According to SAFAR, less pollution impact can be observed in October and November of this year than last year. Weather conditions are mainly responsible for this. According to the SAFAR report, the start of the monsoon this year was delayed. Also, once the monsoon passes, the atmosphere remains warm. This time Diwali is also in October and an anticyclonic circulation is forming. Due to all these conditions, the health of the air will gradually deteriorate. In such a situation, there is no possibility of highly polluting smoke until the end of October. On the other hand, if this time the stubble fires peak at the end of October and the stubble fires are halved, the chances of registering a severe day are also less. In such a situation, the air quality can only be recorded in the very poor category.

The Delhi-NCR pollution graph could increase today

The effigies were burned in various places in Delhi-NCR on the occasion of Dussehra on Wednesday. In some places in the NCR, even firecrackers were burned in effigies. In such a situation, Delhi-NCR air health could deteriorate on Thursday. However, experts say that if it rains, the pollution will decrease.



Faridadabad- 196

Ghaziabad- 248

Noida major – 234

Gourogram – 238

Noida – 215

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