Even though rains helped the NCR with a better AQI, several trains were delayed due to low visibility owing to the fog.
According to IMD, The city will have moderate to dense fog over the next three days.
Delhi’s maximum temperature was recorded at 20.6 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was recorded at 8.4 degrees Celsius.
The humidity in the region throughout the day will oscillate between 55 per cent to 61% , said India Meteorological Department.
According to Skymet Weather, an active Western Disturbance over Jammu and Kashmir had induced a cyclonic circulation over Northwest Rajasthan. Both the systems were strong in nature and thus, resulted in widespread rain and thundershowers. However, it was an intense hailstorm that has caused major damage to the standing crop.
Fog alert! (Helplines)
Visit this link for train enquiry: https://enquiry.indianrail.gov.in/ntes/index.html
Indian Railways 24 x7 customer service helpline no: 139
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Indira Gandhi International airport helpline no: +91-011-61234567
(With ANI inputs)