New Delhi: Dense fog engulfed the Indo-Gangetic plains, together with Delhi, for the fourth morning on the trot on Thursday, decreasing visibility within the nationwide capital and affecting visitors motion. The nationwide capital`s Palam and Safdarjung airport logged visibility ranges of 200 metres at 5.30 a.m. “Low visibility procedures are in progress at Delhi airport. All flight operations are normal. Passengers are requested to contact the airline for updated flight information,” acknowledged the advisory issued for flyers by Delhi Worldwide Airport Restricted (DIAL) on early hours Thursday. Round 20 trains had been delayed because of the thick fog and low visibility that blanketed the nationwide capital this morning on the New Delhi Railway Station.
“Visibility at 8.30 hours IST, 0 meters in Bhatinda, Ludhiana, Patiala, Ganganagar, Bareilly had 25-meter visibility. Amritsar, Kernal, Chandigarh, Bahraich, Churu, Pantnagar, Lucknow, Purnea, Agartala had 50-meter visibility. Ambala, Hissar, Safdarjung, Palam, Patna, Supaul-200 m each while Mandi, Bhiwani, Ridge, Fursatganj, Jamshedpur, Panagarh, Cooch Behar, Haflong had 500-meter visibility,” tweeted the India Meteorological Division (IMD).
The IMD has issued a `chilly wave` alert in lots of North Indian states. A drop in temperature has been additionally recorded in states of North India, together with Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Bihar. J&Ok`s Srinagar metropolis confronted the coldest evening of this season thus far on Thursday at minus 5.5 diploma Celsius because the minimal temperature.