Fri. Mar 1st, 2024


The nationwide capital recorded the coldest morning with a minimal temperature of three.3 levels Celsius, 4 notches beneath the seasonal common, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) mentioned.

Along with the bone-chilling chilly, Delhi-NCR was wrapped in a blanket of fog that led to delays in 18 trains and a number of other flights as a result of poor visibility.

Due to the dense fog it had lowest visibility at zero in Safdarjung and Palam at 2 a.m.

The IMD classifies fog depth into 4 sorts: shallow, average, dense and really dense fog.

The visibility ranges from 999 m to 500 m, 499 m to 200 m, 199 m to 50 m and fewer than 50 m, respectively.

According to Indian Railways, a complete of 18 trains have been working late by hours as a result of fog and chilly wave.

The site visitors on the roads was extraordinarily gradual as fog decreased the visibility.

Meanwhile, a number of areas in Delhi have been experiencing ‘extreme’ air high quality, prompting the climate workplace to challenge a crimson alert because of the prevailing chilly and fog circumstances.

The IMD forecast indicated dense fog in Delhi till Tuesday.

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