Air Quality Drops to 'Severe' in Sections of Delhi, Raising Concerns
Anurima Das -
At Anand Vihar, the air quality was in the 'severe' category, with PM 2.5 at 428, PM at 433, and NO2 at 103, in the 'moderate' category. The AQI at ITO also remained in the 'severe' category, with PM 2.5 reaching 447 and PM 10 at 403.
Delhi's Air Quality Remains 'Severe' Despite Continued Efforts
Ashlin Rajan -
At the Anand Vihar area, PM2.5 levels stood at an alarming 476, categorized as 'severe,' while PM10 reached 468. CO levels dropped to 108, and NO2 was recorded at 152, classified as 'moderate' by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).
IMD Forecasts Continued Dense to Very Dense Fog for Next Two Days
Kumar Manoj -
Minimum temperatures in several regions are recorded between 7-11 degrees Celsius across Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan.
Flight Delays Surge: Over 60 International and Domestic Flights Affected by Low Visibility
Anurima Das -
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported that visibility is expected to improve as the day progresses, with the minimum temperature recorded at 10.7 degrees Celsius—four notches above the season's average.
Delhi's Air Quality Plunges to 'Severe' Levels, Health Concerns Rise
Ashlin Rajan -
Starting as 'very poor' in the morning, the air quality in the national capital deteriorated further by afternoon, slipping into the 'severe' category.
IMD Forecasts Persistent Dense Fog Over Delhi, UP, Haryana, and Punjab for the Next 3-4 Days
Ashlin Rajan -
Minimum temperatures are expected to range from 6-10 degrees Celsius across most parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, and West Uttar Pradesh, and between 11-12 degrees Celsius over most parts of Rajasthan, East Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and certain areas of north Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.
Dense Fog Causes Flight Disruptions; Delhi Airport Adopts CAT IIIB Operations
Anurima Das -
"Very Dense fog with zero Visibility prevailing at Delhi IGI Airport since 0530 hrs IST today. RVR at all RWYs 125 to 175m, and Operations are under CAT IIIB," the IMD posted on social media.