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Delhi's Air Quality Turns Normal After Five Days:- The air quality in the national capital has been worrying the country. Despite of several attempts, the quality of air stayed worse in the recent months. After a gap of five days, the air quality turned normal. The Air Quality Index (AQI) has come down to the level 'poor' and the concentration of dust particles came up by eight times than the safe standard. It reduced back to three times on Sunday. Meteorologists revealed that it happened due to the change in the wind pattern.
With rain all over Punjab and Haryana, the dust particles settle down and the air quality reached normal across New Delhi and NCR region. The winds coming from rainy regions even brought down the temperatures of the national capital down. The maximum temperature recorded on Sunday was 36.8 degrees. Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) revealed that the level of PM10 was 339ug/m3 on Sunday which was better when compared to the last five days.