Various locations across Delhi’s AQI registered ‘very poor’ and ‘severe’ air quality. Worst air quality was registered at ITO with AQI of 435. Other regions with ‘severe’ air quality include Vivek Vihar, Wazirpur, and Sonia Vihar

On the night of November 27th, after a light rain in Delhi, the air quality improved on Tuesday morning. According to the data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi was 359, which falls in the ‘Very Poor’ category. The National Capital Region (NCR) also recorded ‘Severe’ air quality with an AQI of 400 at 9:30 AM yesterday.

As per the predictions of the India Meteorological Department, the average hourly temperature in Delhi today was recorded at 19 degrees Celsius, with a possibility of rain during the day. The minimum temperature for the day is 13.4 degrees Celsius, and the maximum temperature is 24.2 degrees Celsius.

At various locations across Delhi, the air quality was categorized as ‘Very Poor’ and ‘Severe’ at 9:30 AM. The worst air quality was reported in ITO with an AQI of 435. Other areas with ‘Severe’ air quality included Vivek Vihar with an AQI of 410, Vajirpur with an AQI of 401, and Sonia Vihar with an AQI of 401.

In other parts of the national capital where the air quality was ‘Very Poor,’ but comparatively better than Delhi’s average AQI, included Ashok Vihar with an AQI of 399, Paharganj with an AQI of 374, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium with an AQI of 372, Anand Vihar with an AQI of 371, Nehru Nagar with an AQI of 381, Pusa with an AQI of 369, North Campus with an AQI of 368, New Moti Bagh with an AQI of 365, Mandir Marg with an AQI of 361, Okhla with an AQI of 360, and Burari with an AQI of 360. The AQI crossed 360 at these locations.

In terms of pollution levels, areas around the National Capital Region performed better than Delhi, including Noida with an AQI of 313, Greater Noida with an AQI of 326, Ghaziabad with an AQI of 290, Faridabad with an AQI of 284, and Gurugram with an AQI of 254.

The Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has implemented restrictions under phases 1 to 3. According to regional weather forecasts, there is a possibility of light rain in Delhi today, which could further improve the air quality.

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