NEW DELHI: The good wind speed and clear sky brought the 'best' day of the recent time when the city was drowned with toxic air.
The Central Pollution Control Board observed Air Quality Index 190 which is the best air quality index (AQI) in the last two months.
Though the air quality remained 'poor', "All thanks to the dry and cool northwesterly winds which paced up and brought a slight relief from the rising pollution levels and the best parts are that this relief is anticipated to continue over Delhi-NCR for next three days," officials of the Meteorological department noted.
Officials added these dry and cool northwesterly winds are expected to continue at a moderate pace for at least another three days until December 9.
Therefore, the pollution levels will remain the lower side.
According to officials, if the wind and clear sky continued then the air quality would not drop anymore.