Sun. Mar 3rd, 2024


Rain within the nationwide capital has introduced momentary reduction as air pollution ranges have ease, however the air high quality within the nationwide capital continued to stay beneath the “very poor” class on Tuesday morning.

According to the India Meteorological Department minimal temperature within the nationwide capital was registered at 14.2 levels Celsius, surpassing the season’s common by 4 notches.

Meanwhile, the weatherman has predicted a typically cloudy sky on Tuesday with mild rain, whereas the utmost temperature is predicted to hover round 26 levels.

On Monday the utmost temperature had reached 24.2 diploma Celsius, two notches beneath the conventional.

Moreover, the relative humidity at 8.30 a.m on Tuesday was recorded at 96 per cent.

In the final 24 hours, the nationwide Capital recorded 7 mm of rainfall until 8.30 a.m on Tuesday, in response to the IMD.

Due to the downpour, the air high quality witnessed a slight enchancment however was nonetheless within the “very poor “class at a number of AQI monitoring stations.

Anand Vihar entered the “very poor” class with PM 2.5 at 346 and PM 10 at 228, within the “poor” class, whereas the CO reached 57, within the “satisfactory” class whereas NO2 was at 41 or “good”, as per the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

The Bawana station recorded PM 2.5 at 379, within the very poor class whereas the PM 10 reached at 245, within the “poor” class, whereas the CO reached 75, or “satisfactory”.

At Aya Nagar, the PM 2.5 reached 328, within the “very poor” class and PM 10 was at 183, beneath the “moderate” class. The CO was recorded at 67, beneath the “satisfactory” class.

However, the AQI monitoring station at Dwarka sector 8 recorded PM 2.5 at 401, within the “severe category”, whereas PM 10 was at 268 or “poor” whereas the CO was at 75, in “satisfactory” ranges.

The AQI on the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport station was within the “very poor” class with PM 2.5 at 326 and PM 10 at 169, within the “moderate” class, whereas the CO was at 88, within the “satisfactory” stage.

The PM 2.5 at Okhla Phase-II was recorded at 335, within the “very poor” class whereas PM 10 reached 188, beneath the “moderate” class. The NO2 was 78 and CO at 54, within the “satisfactory” ranges.

The AQI between zero and 50 is taken into account “good”; 51 and 100 “satisfactory”; 101 and 200 “moderate”; 201 and 300 “poor”; 301 and 400 “very poor”; and 401 and 500 “severe”.

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