Fog continues to disrupt air, train services

| | New Delhi

A blanket of dense fog enveloped the city on Thursday, delaying 14 flights and 60 trains. “The minimum temperature recorded at 8.30 am was 5 degrees Celsius, two notches below normal while the humidity was recorded at 100 per cent,” a MeT official said. The visibility was recorded at 300 metres at 5.30 am which improved to 500 metres at 8.30 am.

Airport officials said 14 flights were delayed. According to a Railway official, 60 trains were running late due to fog, 18 trains had to be rescheduled and 14 cancelled. 

The weatherman has predicted a clear afternoon on Friday with  maximum temperature at 19 degrees Celsius.



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