The general air high quality index within the nationwide capital slipped to the ‘Very Poor’ class on Sunday, the Central Air pollution Management Board (CPCB) knowledgeable.
Whilst a thick layer of fog blanketed the town on a lazy Sunday, the AQI was recorded within the ‘Very Poor’ vary, at 345, within the RK Puram-Munirka space at 8 am on Sunday, in keeping with the Central Air pollution Management Board (CPCB).
The air high quality in Anand Vihar stood at 315 at 8 am, in keeping with CPCB information.
Visuals from exterior Munirka Metro station confirmed a thick layer of fog descending on the realm, leading to low visibility.
In response to CPCB, AQI at ITO was additionally recorded within the ‘Very Poor’ vary at 324 within the morning, at 8 am.
The AQI Dhaula Kuan additionally hovered within the ‘Very Poor’ class, in keeping with the CPCB.
After a quick spell of respite introduced on by rains, the general AQI within the nationwide capital slipped to ‘Very Poor’ on Friday. The CPCB pegged the general Air High quality Index (AQI) at Anand Vihar at 374 on Friday morning.
Earlier on Thursday, the general air high quality within the nationwide capital was recorded within the ‘Poor’ vary.
SAFAR-India (System of Air High quality and Climate Forecasting and Analysis) recorded the town’s general AQI at 276 on Thursday morning.
The India Meteorological Division (IMD), earlier, put out a forecast for the nationwide capital, saying there was no probability of showers until December 11. It predicted clear skies with shallow to reasonable fog within the morning throughout the town.
The town has been experiencing air high quality within the vary of ‘extreme’ to ‘very poor’ over the previous couple of weeks.
Earlier, on Sunday, the IMD issued a fog alert in remoted areas over 5 states on December 10 and 11.
Aligarh in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh was additionally within the grip of fog on Sunday morning.
The IMD stated dense fog through the morning hours was very possible in remoted pockets over north Madhya Pradesh, sub-himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Assam, and Meghalaya on December 10 and 11.
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