The metropolis’s minimal temperature was recorded at 6 levels Celsius — a level beneath the traditional.
As per IMD, there was a layer of dense fog within the morning and reasonable fog throughout the day over Delhi NCR, and likewise over Punjab, Haryana, west UP, and north Rajasthan.
Also, gentle north westerlies are blowing over the area. These circumstances led to a chilly day.
As per airports 1 hourly visibility information of at this time, Safdarjung and Palam had dense fog from 4.30 and seven a.m. until 9.30 and 11 a.m., respectively.
While Safdarjung visibility didn’t cross 400 metres and foremost metropolis fog protection remained until night, IGI Palam solely may attain 1,000 metres at 3.30 pm. It is the longest foggy day over Delhi for this season.
“Today was the longest foggy day over Delhi for this season. It also caused a cold day due to the absence of sunlight in the day and also a little windy from northwest of 8-12 kmph towards noon,” IMD mentioned.
This week, the nationwide capital will proceed to have foggy mornings and a most and minimal temperature that can hover round 16 and 6 levels Celsius, as per the IMD forecast.