Delhi’s pollution level increased on Thursday due to unfavorable weather conditions. Delhi’s pollution index was recorded at 371, the highest in the NCR. According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), the pollution level increased due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Although there was some improvement due to light rain in the evening, the pollution level remained in the very poor category. Apart from Delhi, the pollution index was more than 300 in Ghaziabad (311), Faridabad (341), Gurugram (317), Noida (322), Greater Noida (308) on Thursday, while the pollution level in Bahadurgarh, Ballabhgarh was less than 300. .
According to the Central Pollution Control Board, due to unfavorable weather conditions in Delhi NCR, the pollution level in Delhi increased by 63 index as compared to Wednesday. On Thursday, the wind blew at a speed of eight to 16 km from the south-east direction in Delhi.
The pollution level increased due to fog in the morning, there was some relief from the sunshine during the day. Although there was drizzle in some areas in the evening, but even this did not provide much relief.
The travel forecast is that for the next three days, the wind will blow from the south-east direction. Some improvement in the pollution level is expected, however, the pollution level will remain very poor.
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology According to (IITM), the pollution level increased due to unfavorable weather conditions. On Thursday, the wind blew at a speed of eight to 16 km from the south-east direction in Delhi. Due to morning mist, the mixing height remained at 550 meters on Thursday. The ventilation index was also below average.