Delhi’s Air Quality Remains in ‘Poor’ Category as Temperatures Stabilize

Delhi's Air Quality Remains in 'Poor' Category as Temperatures Stabilize
Delhi's Air Quality Remains in 'Poor' Category as Temperatures Stabilize
Delhi's Air Quality Remains in 'Poor' Category as Temperatures Stabilize
Delhi's Air Quality Remains in 'Poor' Category as Temperatures Stabilize

Delhi’s Air Quality Remains in ‘Poor’ Category as Temperatures Stabilize

Delhi’s Air Quality Remains in ‘Poor’ Category as Temperatures Stabilize

Delhi’s Air Quality Remains in ‘Poor’ Category as Temperatures Stabilize

Delhi’s Air Quality Index at 292

On Monday, Delhi’s air quality continued to persist in the ‘poor’ category, according to the local weather office. The city experienced a minimum temperature of 17.2 degrees Celsius, which is normal for this time of the year. At 12 noon, the Air Quality Index (AQI) recorded a value of 292. To provide context, the AQI categories are defined as follows: 0-50 (‘good’), 51-100 (‘satisfactory’), 101-200 (‘moderate’), 201-300 (‘poor’), 301-400 (‘very poor’), and 401-500 (‘severe’). An AQI exceeding 500 falls into the ‘severe plus’ category.

Steady Weather Conditions

The weather forecast for the day predicts clear skies and relatively stable temperatures. The maximum temperature is anticipated to reach 31 degrees Celsius. As Delhi enters the autumn season, these weather conditions are expected to remain consistent with the seasonal norms, contributing to the city’s air quality and overall comfort.

Air Quality Concerns

The ‘poor’ air quality in Delhi emphasizes the importance of continued efforts to address air pollution and its associated health risks. Measures such as vehicle emissions controls, industrial regulations, and green initiatives are crucial for improving the city’s air quality and protecting the well-being of its residents.

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