28 Trains Delayed, Dense Fog Impacts Prominent Flights

This has led to leave many passengers waiting for hours at the airport and railway stations, severely transporting operations.

28 Trains Delayed, Dense Fog Impacts Prominent Flights

The foggy terrain and dense smog conditions have become nowadays a reason to halt railway commutation and travelling schedules. The reduced visibility in the region has also purported to delay and cancel the flight operations from Delhi airport.

This has led to leave many passengers waiting for hours at the airport and railway stations, severely transporting operations.

 

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The chilling cold has terminated the regular scheduled operability, resulting in the delay and cancellation of flights from the National capital airport. While, several passengers were left stranded at NCT’s railway stations as 28 Delhi-bound trains, including Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express and Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, were running late due to dense fog and cold thrilled conditions.

Meanwhile, on another note, the Indian Metrological Department issued a yellow alert for the national capital for Tuesday as there is an expected dense layered fog surmounting the terrain. According to the weather forecast prediction by IMD, the minimum temperature in Delhi would go around 7 degrees Celsius and the maximum would be 18 degrees Celsius.

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Shockingly, last week, visibility was recorded as zero for the first time this winter season in Sri Ganganagar in Rajasthan, Patiala, Ambala, Chandigarh, Palam, Safdarjung [New Delhi], Bareilly, Lucknow, Bahraich, Varanasi, Prayagraj, and Tezpur.

The IMD [Indian Meteorological Department] has forecasted dense fog over the parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, and Uttar Pradesh, till 26 January.

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