Tech for FTCP Network, New Delhi
Updated Thu, 12 Nov 2020 05:31 AM IST
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Actually, pollution has remained in severe levels in Delhi-NCR for the last six days. This year lasted for seven consecutive days in November. It saw improvement on Wednesday. According to the journey, the direction of the winds moving towards Delhi-NCR has changed from western and northwest to eastern during this time. Due to this, the smoke of Parali originating in Punjab and Haryana could not reach Delhi-NCR.
Despite 2,422 cases of stubble burning on Tuesday, its share in Delhi's pollution remained at three per cent as against 22 per cent on Tuesday and 38 per cent on Monday. On the other hand, the speed of surface-driven winds has also been recorded. The combined effect of both caused the pollution level to fall by 132 points and the index has gone from a very serious to a very poor level.
Safar believes that the wind direction will remain east for half a day on Thursday. This is expected to reduce the pollution level. Quality will remain at the lowest level of very poor. But due to the direction of the wind being western and northwest, there will be a fault again from Friday. During this time the surface winds will also once again cool down. This will move the quality from the highest level of very poor to the lowest level of serious. If there is no fireworks on Diwali then the situation is expected to improve after that.
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