Mercury dips 2 degrees below average as Delhi wakes up to a foggy morning – New Delhi Times – India Only International Newspaper

On Thursday morning, Delhi was blanketed in dense fog, with the minimum temperature dropping to 5.8 degrees Celsius.

Dense fog was detected at Palam starting at 4.30 a.m., with visibility ranging from 50 to 100 metres. From 7 a.m. onwards, severe fog with a visibility of roughly 100 meters was noted in Safdarjung.

Over the last 24 hours, the minimum temperature at the Safdarjung weather observatory was 5.8 degrees Celsius, two degrees below average. The minimum temperature in Palam was 6.6 degrees Celsius, while in Lodhi Road it was 5.7 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in the last 24 hours was 18.1 degrees Celsius, which was two degrees below average.

At 8.30 a.m. on Thursday, the temperature was 7.8 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature is expected to be 6 degrees Celsius during the day, with a maximum of 19 degrees Celsius. On January 15, the city is anticipated to be blanketed in fog.

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