Delhi Pollution: Delhi has no relief from pollution, haze spread all around, AQI reached 354, it will rain today – न्यूज़लीड India

Delhi Pollution: Delhi has no relief from pollution, haze spread all around, AQI reached 354, it will rain today


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Updated: Friday, November 11, 2022, 8:26 [IST]

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Weather in Delhi Today: Even today, there is a thick blanket of haze in the capital Delhi, even today the air quality here is very bad. People are facing a lot of difficulties in going out early in the morning. However, the Meteorological Department says that there is a possibility of rain here today and if this happens, then there will definitely be a reduction in pollution. Let us tell you that due to pollution, the visibility has reduced significantly and for this reason the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has issued an advisory for the passengers.

Delhi Pollution

Let us tell you that even today the AQI in Delhi is beyond 300. A thick sheet of smog is being seen in the capital. According to The Central Pollution Control Board, this morning the status of AQI of Delhi was as follows…

  • Punjabi Bagh, Delhi – DPCC Pitam Pura 326 AQI
  • Pusa, Delhi – IMD West Delhi 302 AQI
  • Shadipur, Delhi – West Delhi 354 AQI
  • Mundka, Delhi – Bhim Nagar 330 AQI
  • Parparganj – 326 AQI
  • Ashok Vihar, Delhi – DPCC- 356 AQI
Delhi Pollution

this is the criteria

  • “Good”, AQI between zero and 50
  • “satisfactory” AQI between 51 and 100
  • AQI “moderate”, between 101 and 200
  • AQI “poor”, between 201 and 300
  • “Very poor” AQI between 301 and 400
  • AQI between 401 and 500 “very poor”
Delhi Pollution

Even today the minimum temperature in Delhi can be 16 degrees and the maximum temperature is 29 degrees. On the other hand, there has been snowfall in Himachal, due to which the temperature has come down. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of snowfall here even today. Along with Himachal, there is a possibility of rain in Uttarakhand and Kashmir. On the other hand, there is a possibility of light to moderate rain in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh from November 10 to 12.

Delhi Pollution

So on the other hand, private company Skymet has said that within the next 24 hours it may rain in many states of the country, including Delhi. For the time being, pollution will be at its peak here today but it will be cloudy.

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english summary

Delhi Pollution on high level, AQI Reached 354, Rain Expected in nation capital today says IMD. see all weather updates.

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