Due To Dense Fog Most Of The Trains Coming TO Delhi Are Late.
Dense for has engulfed more than 250 railway stations under the jurisdiction of Firozpur, Ambala, Delhi, and Lucknow divisions of Northern Railway. Due to which the trains coming here from different parts of the country are running late.
The minimum temperature in Delhi in Palam is 7.6 degrees.
Cold wave and dense fog continue in North India including Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan. Due to the arrival of Himalayan winds, it is getting cold in Delhi- NCR too. The mention is high due to icy winds, Today (Thursday) at 5.30 am the minimum temperature was recorded at Palam in Delhi at 7.6 degrees Celsius and in Safdarjung at 5.4 degrees Celsius.
Dense fog covers most of the railway stations
Dense fog has engulfed more than 250 railway stations under the jurisdiction of Firozpur, Ambala, Delhi, and Lucknow divisions of Northern Railway. Trains coming here from different parts of the country are running late due to dense fog in all parts of North India.
Effect of dense fog in the areas of Ghazipur
The effect of dense fog was seen in the areas of Delhi Punjabi Bagh, Anand Vihar, Ghazipur. Apart from Delhi, there was dense fog in many cities of NCR, Due to this 17 trains reaching New Delhi are running late According to the Meteorological Department, the havoc of fog may continue in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh for the time being. The LMD has predicted that around February 1, a Western Disturbance may become active again, due to which there may be rain in the hills and plains. this can increase the cold further.