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Dense Fog disrupts rail, road and air traffic in national capital
 
New Delhi January 31:-
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that Delhi is going through its coldest January in 13 years. The IMD said that due to cold weather conditions, the average minimum temperature has plummeted to 6.2 degrees this month, which is the lowest since 2012. The average maximum temperature has been 17.7 degrees.

Talking to Akashvani News, IMD scientist Dr R K Jenamani said that the weather changes in North India has been due to Western Disturbances.
Commuters are facing difficulties because of delay in flight and train services due to dense fog conditions with zero visibility in parts of Delhi. Parts of Punjab and Haryana witnessed visibility less than 50 during early morning hours today.
 
 
 
 
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