Hazy Days in Shenzhen for the Next Few Days
Six of the 18 quality monitoring stations in Shenzhen recorded the PM 2.5 levels have exceeded 100 micrograms per cubic meter which showed a downgrade of air quality across china in the weekend. 17 of the 18 monitoring stations recorded PM2.5 levels that exceeded the national daily average limit of 75 mcg, which means that the air quality around the city was rated mild pollution levels. The only place that recorded good air quality was Nan’ao in Dapeng.
Weather reports are stating that the haze will continue for the next few days, but will not turn worse. Shenzhen residents are lucky to be in Shenzhen was compared to Beijing. One resident just returned from a trip to Beijing said that the city was cold and hazy and he was happy to be back in Shenzhen which is sunny and warm.
Several flights out of Shenzhen were canceled or delayed due to the hazy weather.