Return of the haze?

Return of the haze?

SINGAPORE - Residents in the east woke up to the smell of smoke in the air on Tuesday morning, with many wondering if the haze was back after a two-month hiatus.

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The National Environment Agency reported that the 24-hr PSI for the next 24 hours is expected to be 50 or below. This is in the Good band.

The 24-hr PM2.5 is expected to be slightly elevated. 

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As at 4pm on Monday, the 24-hr PSI is 17-26 and the 24-hr PM2.5 is 10-14 µg/m3.

The total number of hotspots detected in Sumatra on Monday decreased to 82 from 199. However the exact situation is uncertain as clouds were  covering the area.

NEA also said it expected a significant decrease in hotspots due to the occurrence of showers over parts of Sumatra. 

The 24-hr PSI for the next 24 hours is expected to be in the Good band (i.e. ≤50).

The 24-hr PM2.5 is expected to be slightly elevated.

 

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