Delhi can breathe easy because its AQI is still in the moderate range at 173.

Overall air quality in Delhi stayed in the moderate category for the second day in a row . PM 2.5 and PM 10 were found to be 82 in the moderate category and 161 in the moderate category respectively .

New Delhi (India), November 24: According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the overall air quality in the national capital stayed in the moderate category for the second day in a row on Thursday morning, with an overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of 173.Compared to Pusa, the AQI in Noida was 262, which was in the poor zone.The AQI in the Airport region was 140.It was 152 for Mathura Road.

In Delhi, the level of PM 2.5 and PM 10 was found to be 82 in the moderate category and 161 in the moderate category respectively.The Air Quality Index is a tool for effective communication of air quality status to people in terms that are simple to understand.The Sub-Committee on November 18 met to discuss the progress of the actions taken under Stage II and Stage I of the GRAP in the entire NCR, and the overall air quality is expected to fluctuate between the Poor to the lower end of the Very Poor categories according to the dynamic model and weather meteorological forecast provided by IMD IITM.According to the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, the predominant surface wind is expected to come from Delhi, and the Sub-Committee of the Commission is closely monitoring the situation and will update the air quality prediction accordingly.

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