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The air quality index was recorded at 386 on Monday. The air quality is expected to recover to 'very poor' range soon, even in the absence of rain.
Raising concerns over the depleting air quality in Uttar Pradesh, artificial lungs installed in capital Lucknow in Lalbagh area near Nagar Nigam office turned black within 24 hours.
Delhi's air quality was recorded in the 'poor' category Wednesday and Thursday with increased wind speed which helps in cleansing the air before slipping into very poor category Friday afternoon, the air quality slipped to severe category.
Air quality in Delhi plunged to the ‘severe’ zone on Saturday after days in the ‘very poor’ category. However, the air is set to improve marginally over the next two days as a light drizzle is expected on Sunday morning, said Safar, a pollution forecasting agency under the Union government.
On Saturday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 7.1 degrees Celsius, the season's average, while the maximum settled at 22.9 degrees Celsius, three notches above the season's average.