Delhi’s air quality is still “satisfactory,” with an AQI of 53.

The air quality in the capital city of the nation was recorded in the satisfactory category

Monday (January 10, 2022) morning, as the Ministry of Earth Sciences’ System of Air

Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) recorded that the Air Quality Index

(AQI) of 53.

“Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) is currently 53 (overall) in the ‘ Satisfactory’ category,” said

System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR)-India.

The air quality in Delhi was upgraded from the moderate category to the satisfactory level

on Sunday morning, following the city being hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms for two

consecutive days.
An AQI of zero to 50 can be considered “good” 50 or 100 “satisfactory” 100 and 200

“moderate and moderate,” 201 and 300 “poor” 300 and 301 are considered “poor”, 400

“very poor” and 500 and 401 “severe”.
The India Meteorological Department said that the cold wave would begin on the 11th of

January in the country’s northern region.

“As the west-bound disturbance moves toward the east, the temperature will decrease

dramatically in the direction it is moving. In the northern part of India, including Delhi, the

temperature could fluctuate between 4 and 6-degrees,” the scientist said.

“There is a drop in the temperature in Rajasthan. Therefore, the cold waves across

Rajasthan, Punjab, and Haryana will begin on the 12th of January. In Delhi temperatures, it

is expected to be seen ranging from 5 to 6 degrees until January 14; however, we aren’t

able to say whether there is a colder weather event within Delhi or not since we’re

watching it closely,” he added.


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