Delhi: Winters on Verge, Air Quality slumps to “Very poor”


New Delhi: The Air Quality in National Capital has started to worsen as winter nears in the city. The Early Warning System for Delhi indicates that the air quality will be in the lower end of the ‘very poor’ to ‘poor’ category on 3rd and 4th November. Post-Diwali, the air quality is likely to deteriorate and remain in the ‘very poor category.

Winters are also around the corner in the capital as snowfall continuous and winter winds have started to move. The IMD (India Meteorological Department) has predicted a minimum temperature of 14 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 28 degrees Celsius for Delhi-NCR on 3rd November.
Whereas, over the next week,  The minimum temperature may drop to around 10-13 degrees Celsius and The maximum temperature over the next six days could range from 28 to 30 degrees Celsius. A minimum temperature of 14.5 degrees Celsius was recorded on 2nd November.

The Pollution of Delhi has started to get visible. The visibility has gone below 1Km which usually stays above 2Km. Around 1,700 stubble burning incidents have been recorded in Punjab and 100+ in NCR and Haryana. This is leading to Delhi pollution getting worsen day by day. 


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