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Delhi Air Remained At Severe Level For The Second Consecutive Day Noida Most Polluted City

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated Sat, 13 Nov 2021 08:08 PM IST

Summary

SAFAR says that due to the worsening weather conditions, the air level is not expected to improve for the next five days. On the other hand, the index of cities of NCR including Delhi also crossed 400 on Saturday.

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The air of Delhi-NCR remained toxic for the second consecutive day on Saturday amid deteriorating weather conditions. Delhi-NCR has become like a gas chamber. Noida remained the most polluted in the country for the second consecutive day. The air quality index in the city was recorded at 464. At the same time, the air of Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Faridabad and Gurugram including Delhi also remained in severe level. The streets remained twilight throughout the day. Due to this common people are having trouble even breathing in it. Agencies working on the environment say that for the next five days, there is no hope of improving the situation. Meanwhile, the pollution will remain on the borderline of very poor to severe level.

On the other hand, the Delhi government, which became active after Delhi’s toxic air, called an emergency meeting. Considering the critical situation, it was decided that the schools would remain closed for a week from Monday. Not every construction activity will run till November 17. Along with doing work from home for government offices, private office operators have been advised to promote it too. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the suggestion of the Supreme Court regarding the lockdown has been considered. The Delhi government will present its side in the court.

According to the Environmental Monitoring Research Center, the weather conditions of Delhi-NCR are very poor in terms of pollution. During this, the speed of surface winds will be slow, while it will be almost calm in the morning, evening and night. Other factors are no better. With this, the air quality is not expected to improve much in the next two days. Pollution will continue to remain at the borderline of ‘very poor’ and ‘severe’ level. After this, much improvement is not expected till Thursday. The most effective pollutant will be PM 2.5.

SAFAR says that like the last two days, the direction of the winds reaching Delhi on Saturday was northwest. Its speed during the day was 8-10 hours per km. At the same time, morning, evening and night became almost silent. The mixing height was 1300 m. Due to this the ventilation index went down to 7500 m / s. During this the sky was also clear. On the other hand 3157 cases of stubble burning were recorded in neighboring states. Due to strong upper surface winds, the share of stubble smoke in Delhi’s pollution remained close to 31 percent. The result of all this was that the whole day was covered with smog.

Wind will remain severe for the next two days
, On November 14, surface winds will reach Delhi from Northwest India. Its speed during the day will be around 6 km per hour. While the winds will remain calm in the morning, evening and night. The sky will be clear. The mixing height will be around 1.30 km. With this the ventilation index will be around 3500, below the standard 6000 sq. m/s. Most of this pollution will remain dense.

, On November 15, the direction of the surface winds will turn north. Its speed during the day will be 4 km per hour. This air will remain calm in the morning, evening and night. The sky will be clear and there will be moderate fog. The mixing height will remain 1.30 km. The ventilation index will be 5000 m/s. Above all, the air quality will remain in the range of very poor and severe levels.

Delhi and Neighboring Cities Index
Noida: 464
Gurugram: 441
Greater Noida: 408
Ghaziabad: 441
Faridabad: 423
Delhi: 437

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The air of Delhi-NCR remained toxic for the second consecutive day on Saturday amid deteriorating weather conditions. Delhi-NCR has become like a gas chamber. Noida remained the most polluted in the country for the second consecutive day. The air quality index in the city was recorded at 464. At the same time, the air of Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Faridabad and Gurugram including Delhi also remained in severe level. The streets remained twilight throughout the day. Due to this common people are having trouble even breathing in it. Agencies working on the environment say that for the next five days, there is no hope of improving the situation. Meanwhile, the pollution will remain on the borderline of very poor to severe level.

On the other hand, the Delhi government, which became active after Delhi’s toxic air, called an emergency meeting. Considering the critical situation, it was decided that the schools would remain closed for a week from Monday. Not every construction activity will run till November 17. Along with doing work from home for government offices, private office operators have been advised to promote it too. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the suggestion of the Supreme Court regarding the lockdown has been considered. The Delhi government will present its side in the court.

According to the Environmental Monitoring Research Center, the weather conditions of Delhi-NCR are very poor in terms of pollution. During this, the speed of surface winds will be slow, while it will be almost calm in the morning, evening and night. Other factors are no better. With this, the air quality is not expected to improve much in the next two days. Pollution will continue to remain at the borderline of ‘very poor’ and ‘severe’ level. After this, much improvement is not expected till Thursday. The most effective pollutant will be PM 2.5.

SAFAR says that like the last two days, the direction of the winds reaching Delhi on Saturday was northwest. Its speed during the day was 8-10 hours per km. At the same time, morning, evening and night became almost silent. The mixing height was 1300 m. Due to this the ventilation index went down to 7500 m / s. During this the sky was also clear. On the other hand 3157 cases of stubble burning were recorded in neighboring states. Due to strong upper surface winds, the share of stubble smoke in Delhi’s pollution remained close to 31 percent. The result of all this was that the whole day was covered with smog.

Wind will remain severe for the next two days

, On November 14, surface winds will reach Delhi from Northwest India. Its speed during the day will be around 6 km per hour. While the winds will remain calm in the morning, evening and night. The sky will be clear. The mixing height will be around 1.30 km. With this the ventilation index will be around 3500, below the standard 6000 sq. m/s. Most of this pollution will remain dense.

, On November 15, the direction of the surface winds will turn north. Its speed during the day will be 4 km per hour. This air will remain calm in the morning, evening and night. The sky will be clear and there will be moderate fog. The mixing height will remain 1.30 km. The ventilation index will be 5000 m/s. Above all, the air quality will remain in the range of very poor and severe levels.

Delhi and Neighboring Cities Index

Noida: 464

Gurugram: 441

Greater Noida: 408

Ghaziabad: 441

Faridabad: 423

Delhi: 437

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