Poisonous mist sheet prevails in Delhi-NCR
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There was mist in the sky on Wednesday morning. Delhi's air quality index has been in the red zone since Tuesday. It was at 306 on Wednesday morning. Air quality index above 200 and poor index of 300 to 400 is called 'very poor'.
What does 'travel' say
However, it is still only around three per cent. According to Safar, over 600 cases of stubble burning were reported in neighboring states of Delhi on Monday. This is the highest in the last three years. Their numbers were recorded around 300 in 2018, 2019.
How was tuesday
Despite the change in wind direction, the effect of smoke was less on Delhi. In contrast, the index had reached 306 in the morning due to low temperature and low wind speed. But the heat of the day reduced pollution. The 24-hour average air quality index of the CPCB remained at 300 due to fluctuations throughout the day. Earlier, air quality was recorded at very poor level on 12 February.
Air quality index reaches 400 in Dwarka
This caused pollutants to survive in the winds and the index rose to extremely poor levels. Travel forecasts that the situation is not expected to change for the next two days. The air quality will remain at the boundary line of poor and very poor.
Index reaches 400 in Dwarka
Of course, Delhi's air quality index remains at 300, but in areas like Dwarka, Wazirpur, it is approaching 400. On Wednesday, the index for both the areas was recorded at 390 and 372 while the index for Mundka was at 352.
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