A sheet of smog has climbed Delhi. Air quality has reached a dangerous level. Such was the effect of the smog that in some areas of Delhi, in the morning, vehicles were running on the streets by burning yellow lights.
New Delhi: The weather is changing its position again in the capital Delhi. Delhi’s weather is witnessing a rise in temperature. The capital and its surrounding areas have been experiencing heat since Wednesday. On February 10, the maximum temperature was recorded at 27 degrees.
The meteorological department has predicted that Delhi’s minimum temperature can remain 8 degrees and maximum 28 degrees today. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be rain in many cities of North India. At the same time, Sky Mate believes that fog havoc can be seen in more than 15 cities of North India.
The effect of smog was seen in some areas of Delhi this morning. People lit the yellow lights of their vehicles and were seen walking on the streets. Along with Delhi NCR, people of Bihar, UP, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh are currently getting relief from the cold but rain and snowfall continues in the mountains.
Pollution levels are very bad
While the cold and strong winds on one hand have brought relief to the people, pollution levels in Delhi have once again become harmful. Due to increasing levels of pollution, the air of the capital Delhi has become poisonous. The pollution level in Delhi has increased 3 times by the standards. According to CPCB, the air quality level in many areas of Delhi has crossed 300, which falls in the category of very poor.
The air in Mundka area of Delhi was the worst. Here the air quality index has reached the mark of 412 i.e. in severe category. Delhi’s Anand Vihar is also included in pollution hot spots. The air quality here has crossed the AQI 350.
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