Delhi’s Air Quality Enhances Partially After Diwali with Beneficial Meteorological Conditions
The Air Quality Index stood at 300 in the ‘poor’ classification on Monday at 10.00 are because of an active western disturbance. High wind speed and light shower led to the dispersion of pollutants.
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Delhi’s air quality enhanced partially to ‘really poor’ classification from ‘serious’ a day after Diwali due to favourable meteorological conditions even as tens of countless people defied the blanket ban on bursting of firecrackers.
The Air Quality Index stood at 300 in the ‘poor’ classification on at 10.00 are because of an active western disturbance. High wind speed and light shower resulted in the dispersion of pollutants.
However, the condition may aggravate again in the coming days due to the fact that of fall in temperatures and calm winds. Apart from meteorological conditions, local emissions can catalyse the degeneration of air quality making it worse.
” I feel better this morning. The air feels much better. The other day, after my 2 and a half hour biking session I coughed my lungs out, it was that bad. Nevertheless, it’s regrettable that we require natural forces to reduce the pollution levels.” Ayush, a bicyclist from Delhi said.
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