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Dense Fog Engulf Delhi, Airport Visibility Turned 0, Temp At 5.4 Degree Celsius

According to the weather department, capital visibility on January 12 at 5:30 am at Palam (Delhi)-0 and Safdarjung (Delhi)-500.

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Jan 12, 2024 08:29 IST
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Dense Fog Engulf Delhi, Airport Visibility Turned 0
Dense Fog Engulf Delhi, Airport Visibility Turned 0

A thick layer of dense fog engulfed the national capital as the visibility at several places turned zero, according to the Indian Metrological Department (IMD). However, the visibility at Delhi Airport also reported zero following which several flights were diverted, delayed.

Delhi’s Visibility

According to the weather department, capital visibility on January 12 at 5:30 am at Palam (Delhi)-0 and Safdarjung (Delhi)-500.

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“Safdarjung station, which is considered as Delhi’s base station recorded the minimum temperature of 5.4 degree Celsius which is lower than the 3.4 degree Celsius than the normal temperature at 5:30 am on January 12,” IMD said.

Informing about the visibility at 7:30 am, IMD stated that Delhi’s Safdarjung airport reported 200 visibility in dense fog conditions. No significant change is expected during next 2 hours.

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“Delhi (Palam) Airport is reported 0 visibility in very dense fog conditions, no significant change is expected till 9:30 am,” IMD said.

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First published on: Jan 12, 2024 07:48 AM IST

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