Mumbai heading the Delhi-way? Dense smog engulfs city; air-quality hazardous
It led to a drop in air quality and visibility as temperatures dipped, too. The Air Quality Index (AQI) stood at 305; it falls in the hazardous "severely polluted" level.
Air quality reaches hazardous levels in Mumbai
Thick smog leads to poor visibility
Earlier in October, too, AQI reached a hazardous level of 341 (at US Consulate in), when Mumbai woke up to a blanket of thick smog, primarily due to the bursting of firecrackers on Diwali.
DNA reported that the visibility level was now down to 100 meters. Even the Sun wasn't visible due to smog.
Temperature in Mumbai also reportedly decreased to 25-degrees Celsius
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