Delhi is facing an ongoing battle with “very poor” air quality for the fourth consecutive day. Experts predict that this challenging situation will persist until November 2. As of 9 am, Delhi’s average Air Quality Index (AQI) stood at 350, falling into the “very poor” category. To put it into perspective, it was 347 at 4 pm the day before and 325 a day earlier.
Certain areas within the city experienced even higher levels of pollution. For instance, Anand Vihar reported an AQI of 393 at 9 am, while ITO registered 332, Sirifort had an AQI of 351, Wazirpur measured 394, and the Indira Gandhi Airport recorded
According to the Early Warning System (EWS) for Delhi’s air quality and weather forecast, the situation is likely to hover between “very poor” and “poor” for the next six days. The prevailing winds are blowing from the Northeast/Southeast, with speeds ranging from 4-8 kmph during the day.
Concerned residents have been taking to social media platforms to voice their worries about the worsening air quality, which is making it challenging to
Even though there has been a slight increase in the minimum temperature due to southeasterly winds, Delhi’s air quality remains a pressing issue that continues to affect the well-being of its