Dense Fog Blankets North India, Causes Delays in Train Services Across Multiple States

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Severe Cold Grips Northern Region, Affecting Normal Life and Railway Operations

Weather Latest Update

Weather Latest Update: Dense fog has descended upon several states in North India, including Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana, disrupting normal life and causing delays in train services. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) reports heavy fog in Delhi, NCR, and various other cities, impacting visibility and leading to delays in train schedules.

Rail Traffic Hit

The Northern Railway has reported disruptions in train services, with 14 trains being affected due to the dense fog in the national capital. Trains arriving late in Delhi include well-known services like Puri-New Delhi Purushottam Express, Howrah-New Delhi Purva Express, and Allahabad-New Delhi Prayagraj, among others. The Chief Public Relations Officer stated that the delays are attributed to low visibility caused by the dense fog.

Weather Impact

According to IMD data, the minimum temperature across most parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, and West Uttar Pradesh ranged between 6-10 degrees. Similar conditions were observed in Rajasthan, East Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and parts of North India. The chilly weather and reduced visibility due to fog have not only disrupted rail services but also affected general life and traffic in the region.

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As the dense fog persists, travelers are advised to stay updated on the status of their train journeys and exercise caution during this period of inclement weather. Authorities are closely monitoring the situation, and railway officials are working to minimize the impact on services. Commuters are urged to plan their travel accordingly, considering potential delays caused by the prevailing weather conditions.

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