Smoggy?

#1 Jan 25th, 2018, 19:05
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Is Kerala and south India too smoggy this time of year?


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I was thinking Kochi, Kodai and few other places...
#2 Dec 10th, 2018, 18:28
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#3 Dec 11th, 2018, 01:07
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Originally Posted by Mango_Frutti View Post Is Kerala and south India too smoggy this time of year?
this time of year as in right now? December is peak tourist season. Temperature is bearable to most people who don't call 30C blistering. Humid, yes, it is always humid, but smog? We don't really do smog at all at this end of India.

The monsoon is over. But there still may be stuff. Even cyclones can arrive in December (see 2015 for Chennai area) and some storm is a maybe for next week.

But no smog. With or without an -eeeeee
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If itís smog you want come to Delhi.
I have spent most of a week staying inside trying to avoid the stuff which kinda put a damper on plans. I am looking forward to leaving which is something I never thought would happen.
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Originally Posted by lismoresimon23 View Post If itís smog you want come to Delhi.
I have spent most of a week staying inside trying to avoid the stuff which kinda put a damper on plans. I am looking forward to leaving which is something I never thought would happen.
A decent N95 mask doesn't cost much. And is a lot better than not having one
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Next time definitely.
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Now as Steven would point out if he was about these days an I95 won't stop micro-particles. However, I would agree that it is much better than nothing..


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