Lahore’s skies have cleared after much-needed rain, providing much-needed relief to the city’s citizens who have been suffering from smog for the previous three months. The capital of Punjab has been covered in haze clouds for the past few months, which has deteriorated the city’s air quality and raised concerns for everyone’s health. The city is now at the top of the list of most polluted cities in the world.
Rain in Lahore city can finally exhale after suffering through months of oppressive air pollution as it moves up the list of the most polluted cities in the world. The city’s total Air Quality Index (AQI), which is at 42, represents a notable improvement.
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There is still cause for concern, though, as one city area had an AQI of more than 200. An AQI of 250 was recorded in Gulberg in particular, underscoring the necessity of ongoing efforts to solve Lahore’s air quality problems. A truly breathable future in the City of Gardens will be made possible by everyone’s dedication to environmental care, even though the recent rainfall may have provided a brief reprieve.
12 / 9 °C
Light showers. Breaks of sun late.
Feels Like:11 °C
Precipitation: Rain: 6.2mm Snow: 0mm
Precipitation Chance: 48%
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