Heavy Rains & Thunderous Storms Recorded in Delhi NCR, Dilli-ki-Sardi, starts

Heavy Rains & Thunderous Storms Recorded in Delhi NCR, Dilli-ki-Sardi, starts

Heavy downpours and hailstorm are pouring in Delhi NCR since today evening thus declaring chilled winters in a loud stride. Downpours will Sureshot improve Air Quality Index (AQI) in the national capital and surrounding territories. Because of overwhelming downpours, numerous flights are influenced and are redirected/halted at the Indira Gandhi International Airport(IGI).

Air quality in Delhi and NCR stayed in the ‘serious’ class for the second in a row on Thursday. The general AQI recorded was at 407 in the national capital. As per Center-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR), the AQI in Ghaziabad was at 470, Noida and Greater Noida at 422 and Faridabad at 398.

An AQI between 0-50 is considered “great”, 51-100 “acceptable”, 101-200 “moderate”, 201-300 “poor”, 301-400 “poor”, and 401-500 “extreme”. Over 500 is “a serious in addition to crisis” class. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had anticipated heavy rains and lightning in parts of Delhi.