The air of Mumbai has reached the worst level today (January 24, Monday). The Air Quality Coordinate (AQI) has reached 267. Dust and haze covered many areas of the city.
The air quality index of Malad was recorded at 436. It shows the intensity of pollution.
The air quality index was recorded in Mumbai’s Bhandup 336, Mazgaon 372, Worli 319, Bandra-Kurla Complex 307, Chembur 347 and Andheri 340.
Low air levels were also recorded in the Worli area of Mumbai. In Colaba also, AQI 221, i.e. poor level, was recorded.
Due to the moisture in these winds, the Konkan region of Maharashtra, including Mumbai, North Maharashtra and West Central Maharashtra, have started raining intermittently for the last two days.
There are dark clouds in the sky, especially on the seashores of Mumbai. The humidity in the weather has increased since night.
Only dust sheets and layers of haze are visible on the Mumbai seashore. There is a C link in front. But on seeing it, it seems as if we are looking at it from inside a dust-covered glass in a room. Visibility is completely reduced.
There is only one colour visible in the seashore: grey. Haze and dust have covered every colour. The sky and the ground appear to be of the same colour. Other things are less visible.