Dense fog and cold weather conditions continue in Delhi as the mercury plunges to 2.6 degree Celsius, five notches below normal on Monday. The maximum temperature recorded was 18.3 degree, two notches below normal.
Early morning dense fog has affected the movement of trains and flight operations, with visibility of less than 50 meters. According to the last update, over 60 trains coming to the national capital were delayed while 24 trains departing from Delhi were rescheduled. Seven trains were cancelled as well.
Earlier on Sunday, the Meteorological department had predicted that the intense cold and foggy conditions will continue in North India over the next few days, adding that the region could experience some respite from the fog in January.