Delhi’s air has become clean! Lowest pollution recorded in three months, AQI level was 160

Delhi Records Cleanest Air Day: In the capital Delhi on Wednesday (January 25), the air was quite clear and a decrease in pollution level was recorded. Due to strong winds, the air quality index was 160, which is much better than the last three months. And a day earlier, on Tuesday, the Air Quality Index was 237 (poor category). This information has been obtained from the daily national bulletin of the Central Pollution Control Board.

According to CPCB data, the last time Delhi’s air was so clean was on December 15, 2022. At that time AQI (AQI) 189 was recorded. Prior to that, on October 14, the AQI was recorded at 154 i.e. in the moderate category. An AQI reading between 0 and 50 is considered good, 51 to 100 satisfactory, 101 to 200 moderate, 201 to 300 poor, 301 to 400 very poor and 401 to 500 severe. > Delhi weather update

Weather Forecast

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted moderate fog and partly cloudy sky for Republic Day, with no rain expected. Officials said that there is a possibility of light rain after January 29. IMD scientist Kuldeep Srivastava said, "Due to the effect of Western Disturbance, it will be cloudy in Delhi and no rain was recorded on Wednesday. Moderate fog is expected on Republic Day due to increased humidity. Visibility will be between 200 to 500 metres."

The minimum temperature will be this

On January 26 i.e. Thursday, the minimum temperature of Delhi is estimated to be around 9 degrees. It will increase once again from Sunday, as a fresh Western Disturbance may affect Delhi between January 28 and 30. Meanwhile, the maximum temperature will remain between 20 °C and 22 °C by the end of the month.

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