Lahore No Longer Among Most Polluted Cities

 Lahore No Longer Among Most Polluted Cities

Lahore No Longer Among Most Polluted Cities

LAHORE: With an average Air Quality Index (AQI) of 158, Lahore’s air quality is still a cause for concern even though it has fallen off the list of the top 10 most polluted cities in the world following the recent rainy spells.

Since early November, the city and several others in Punjab. The largest province in Pakistan, have been under a month-long smog emergency.

Smog is a particular phenomenon that happens when certain pollution particles mix with cold. Moist air and hang close to the ground, reducing visibility. Smog is a combination of smoke and fog.

In DHA Phase 8, the highest AQI ever recorded in Lahore was 258. There is a lot of pollution in places like Shimla Pahari Chowk and Quaid-e-Azam Highway.

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However, with an AQI of 183, Karachi is ranked second among the world’s most polluted cities.

With the morning temperature in Lahore being 7 degrees Celsius, it is still quite cold there, even though there is less fog and a constant drop in temperature from the previous day.

Today’s high temperature of 15 degrees Celsius is predicted. Accompanied by a high humidity level of 95%. For the next twenty-four hours, the weather forecast calls for cold and dry conditions.

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