Delhi: Delhi-NCR’s sky has turned extremely bad, no relief is expected for next three days – Delhi-ncr’s sky has turned extremely bad

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Due to the cold wind blowing from the northwest, the pollution particles remain at the lower level. This has worsened the pollution level in Delhi-NCR. On Wednesday, the level of Delhi and Faridabad itself fell into the very severe category, but due to fog in the morning and cold winds during the day, the level of Noida, Gurugram, Greater Noida and Ballabhgarh also reached the very bad category.

While there is a possibility for pollution levels to improve due to overnight drizzle and wind direction change from Friday, levels could rise again. No relief is expected for the next three days.

Delhi recorded a pollution index of 338 on Thursday, according to the Central Pollution Control Board, which was 34 index higher than Wednesday. While in Faridabad the pollution index was recorded at 353 which was the highest. Apart from this, NCR’s had Bahadurgarh 216, Ballabhgarh 315, Ghaziabad 274, Greater Noida 346, Noida 315 and Gurugram 311 pollution index.

SAFAR predicts that Delhi’s pollution level will remain in the very bad category for the next six days. The expectation is that the pollution due to fog and increasing cold will increase again in the coming days.

According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), the rise in pollution levels was due to adverse weather conditions. On Thursday, the wind was blowing at a speed of six to eight kilometers from the northwest in Delhi. On Friday the wind direction can change to north and northwest.

The morning may be overcast and light fog is expected, further increasing the cold, which is expected to increase pollution. Not much improvement in pollution levels is expected for the next three days. On the other hand, due to the low temperature, the mixing height remained at 750 meters on Thursday. The ventilation index was also below average.

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