Delhi Pollution: Delhi was the coldest in this season on Saturday, AQI reached 297, know how will be the weather today? – न्यूज़लीड India

Delhi Pollution: Delhi was the coldest in this season on Saturday, AQI reached 297, know how will be the weather today?


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Updated: Sunday, November 20, 2022, 8:37 [IST]

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Weather in Delhi Today: The weather of the country’s capital continues to fluctuate continuously. The changing weather and pollution from moment to moment has troubled people. Delhi was the coldest of the season on Saturday, yesterday with a minimum temperature of 9 degrees Celsius, which is almost 3 degrees below normal, while the maximum temperature was 23 degrees. The Indian Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of a drop in the minimum temperature here even today, it can remain around 11 degree Celsius, while the maximum temperature can go up to 28 degree, while fog was also seen in Delhi-NCR this morning. There is no relief from pollution in the capital even on Sundays.

  delhi pollution

Even today the AQI in Delhi is 297, which falls in the poor category. Delhi does not seem to be getting relief from smog pollution at the moment. The Meteorological Department predicts that today the weather in Delhi will be dry and sunny but people will also feel cold. According to The Central Pollution Control Board, the AQI status of Delhi this morning was as follows…

  delhi pollution
  • Punjabi Bagh, Delhi – DPCC Pitam Pura 302 AQI
  • Pusa, Delhi – IMD West Delhi 312 AQI
  • Shadipur, Delhi – West Delhi 315 AQI
  • Mundka, Delhi – Bhim Nagar 301 AQI
  • Parparganj – 323 AQI
  • Ashok Vihar, Delhi – DPCC – 299 AQI

this is the criteria

  • AQI “good”, between 0 and 50
  • AQI “satisfactory” between 51 and 100
  • AQI “moderate”, between 101 and 200
  • AQI “poor”, between 201 and 300
  • AQI “very poor” between 301 and 400
  • AQI “severe poor” between 401 and 500
  delhi pollution

Where this is the condition of Delhi, there are chances of light rain in Himachal, Kashmir and Uttarakhand, due to which the temperature will drop, whereas in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka it will rain today. Can The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for heavy rains in Tamil Nadu till November 20 and has prevented fishermen from venturing into the sea. So the weather is going to remain dry in Punjab, Haryana, UP and Bihar but cold will increase.

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english summary

Delhi was the coldest this season on Saturday, AQI reached 297, cold will increase says IMD. See weather updates.

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