Fatehabad remained the second most polluted city in the country


Fatehabad remained the second most polluted city in the country

City shrouded in smog.

City shrouded in smog.

Fatehabad: The air quality in the state is not leaving the danger zone. However, some relief in pollution is expected in the next 48 hours. Pollution will decrease over the next few hours due to northwesterly winds blowing at 10 kilometers per hour. These winds can last for four days. Air pollution is expected to fall by 50 percent. Fatehabad remains the second largest place in the country in terms of pollution.

Ahead of Diwali, the air in the cities of the state has become stuffy. According to the report at 9 am yesterday, the air quality in Greater Noida is considered to be the worst in the country. The AQI here in the index is 441, which is in the danger zone. The cities of Fatehabad and Hisar in Haryana are ranked second and third. The AQI of Fatehabad was recorded at 424. Meteorologists are clear that there is little room for improvement in air quality if there is no rain. According to Dr. ML Khichad, Chairman, Meteorology Department, HAU Hisar, easterly winds and partly cloudy skies are possible on November 8 and 9. Thereafter, there is a possibility of pollution relief from north and northwest winds of moderate speed from November 10. Daytime temperatures in the state are expected to remain near normal and nighttime temperatures will dip slightly. According to meteorologists, there is a chance of rain in many cities of Uttar Pradesh around Diwali. However, this rain will only come in the form of drizzle. There will be light rain in places. This also relieves people from environmental pollution.

It won’t be too cold in November

According to meteorologists, there will be no significant difference in the daytime temperature even after Diwali rains. This is the first time since 1901, i.e. 122 years, that the cold has not increased even in November. There is a big temperature difference between day and night. The average temperature in November is believed to be between 26 and 28 degrees Celsius, but in most districts of North India, the average temperature is around 30 to 32 degrees. The lowest temperature reaches 13 degrees Celsius.

Smog is spreading due to increasing air pollution

According to meteorologists, due to strong wind or rain, the airborne dust particles are quickly washed away by the wind. Due to the high humidity in the atmosphere and the lack of wind, the dust particles get stuck somewhere and cannot reach very high in the atmosphere. Smog therefore occurs due to increased air pollution in winter. Wind cannot cause such a situation. In addition to water, rain also brings dust particles onto the ground. As a result, pollution levels are falling rapidly.

Western unrest is occurring less than normal

According to meteorologists, anticyclones are forming due to western disturbances. Which do not allow continuity of the northwest winds. Only northwest winds bring coolness. As a rule, unrest occurs from the end of October. When November comes, many riots become active. This time the disturbances were significantly less than usual, which is why the cold did not increase as much.

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