Fog: The weather in Delhi-NCR today is cold, as well as the entire blanket of mist has spread across the capital. In this season, the level of air was already worrisome; visibility has also reduced considerably with light fog. On Monday, the smallest particle considered to be the most harmful for health reached the level of PM10 level, ie 400, which means dangerous levels.
When fog and smog are found, it is called shale fog. This increases the mist considerably. This is the reason why Delhi residents are facing problems in breathing in the open air, as well as the eyes are burning in the eyes.
According to the Air Quality Index, 707 on the temple route on Monday, 676 near Major Dhyan Chand Stadium, 681 points at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. Also in Delhi PM 2.5 and PM 10 in the ‘Poor’ category.
Agencies have warned that in such a season do not get out of homes for the morning walk. Also to avoid pollution, it is advisable to wear a better quality mask.
Alam is that it has become almost complete in Delhi due to the mist because of it. There is no choice but to wear a mask for those who are out in the morning walk. The quality of air is constantly falling in the Delhi-NCR region.
Shailo fog attack in Delhi
The capital’s temperature has dropped to 14.8 degree Celsius. Visibility in the Safdarjung area of the capital is 500-600 meters. Due to pollution, smoke and fog are mixed, this is the reason that visibility is making a difference.
Given the bad levels of air, the Supreme Court has issued a guide line. On this occasion of Diwali, only the green crackers are burnt, that too from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. Any kind of construction in Delhi has been banned altogether so that air pollution can be controlled.
According to a report, just looking at the figures of vehicles for PM 2.5, the total contribution of contamination by this is about 28%. In this 28%, the maximum vehicular traffic, such as trucks and tractors, contributes to 9% pollution. 7% pollution from two-wheelers spreads.
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