Published On: Nov 14, 2019

According to SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research), there will be a dip in the contribution of farm fires on Thursday because of a fresh western disturbance. Although the air quality in Delhi is in severe category, there is a slight dip in the share of stubble burning which was 22% on Wednesday. “A decline in biomass share in Delhi’s air quality is estimated as 13% for November 14, in spite of the wind trajectory,” SAFAR added. “The approaching fresh western disturbance is a cyclonic circulation over Afghanistan and neighbouring areas, which is likely to affect northwest India in the next two days. This is likely to increase wind speed in Delhi by November 15 and start improving air quality,” SAFAR said.  

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