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Dense fog engulfs Delhi-NCR with dip in mercury after Republic Day’s spell of rains

The Minimum Temperature In The National Capital Region Dropped 3 Degree Celsius To 11 Degree To Record A Chilly Saturday Morning.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Manas Dwivedi | Updated on: 28 Jan 2017, 08:17:48 AM
National capital shrouded under thick blanket of fog (Source: ANI)

New Delhi :

With the dip in mercury after the latest spell of rains, the national capital witnessed thick blanket of fog in the region.

Residents of Delhi and NCR woke up to a cold and chilly morning with a layer of dense fog engulfing the area and resulting in severe disturbance to the transportation system.

Due to heavy fog, 20 trains have arrived late, 2 have been rescheduled and another one train is canceled due to other operational reasons. While 8 domestic flights 2 international flights have been delayed.

The minimum temperature in the National Capital Region dropped 3 degree Celsius to 11 degrees to record a chilly start to the day on Saturday morning. The minimum temperature on Friday recorded at 14 degrees.

The Humidity level was recorded 95 per cent at 7:30 AM in the morning with old winds flowing at 6/km an hour generally troubled the residents. 

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First Published : 28 Jan 2017, 08:13:00 AM

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