A layer of fog blankets Delhi while tourists and Delhiites are enjoying the morning.
The meteorological department has forecast moderate snowfall at many places in the higher reaches and light snowfall in the plains from Sunday evening.
Cold conditions continued to prevail in Haryana and Punjab, with minimum temperatures remaining below normal at many places on Friday.
The minimum temperature in the national capital on Saturday settled at 10.2 degree Celsius, three notches above the season’s average, the India Meteorological Department said.
"Around 335 trains have been delayed, 88 cancelled, 31 diverted and 33 short terminated due to foggy weather," a railway official said.
On Tuesday, Delhi temperature logged a minimum temperature of 3 degrees Celsius, the lowest in January, in two years. The coldest Cold Waves continue to grip the national capital as minimum temperatures drop to 1.8 degrees...
A dense cover of fog lowered visibility to just 50 metres in Delhi in the morning, disrupting movement of vehicles and trains.
Two men were killed in a road accident, while two others were injured, when their car rammed into a truck's behind on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway due to heavy fog
A layer of dense fog enveloped the Indo-Gangetic plains including Delhi Thursday morning, affecting road and rail traffic.
Dense to very dense fog engulfed the Indo-Gangetic plains, including Delhi, for the second morning on the trot
The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted dense to very dense fog over the plains in northwest India during the next five days.
As dense fog blanketed Delhi lowering visibility on Monday morning, around 20 trains had to be delayed by 15 minute to 2 hours. The IMD has predicted dense to...
Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 20.2 degrees Celsius, a notch below the normal. The maximum temperature is likely to settle at around 31 degrees...
The maximum temperature is likely to settle around 21 degrees Celsius.
The relative humidity was 100 per cent at 8.30 am.
The December-January period is known for peak fog formation over north India.
A shallow fog enveloped the city on Tuesday and people largely stayed indoors or many in streets huddled around bonfires to stay warm.
The relative humidity at the Safdarjung observatory, considered the official marker for the national capital, was recorded at 95 per cent.
Dense fog conditions prevailed at Palam observatory where visibility dropped to 50 metres Thursday morning.
A severe cold wave is when the minimum dips to at least 2 degrees Celsius, or the departure from normal is equal to or over 6.5 degrees Celsius.
Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and northern Rajasthan are expected to experience a dip in temperatures from December 28
It’s cold and foggy but life goes on for kids adults alike
The maximum temperature has dipped to 18.5 degrees Celsius, more than four notches below normal.
North India continue to reel under intense cold. A thick blanket of fog engulfed Delhi, affecting train and flight operations as visibility dropped...
According to the official, departures of flights were completely put on hold from 5.30 AM to 7 AM and arrivals happened only intermittently in between 6 AM to...