NEW DELHI: The national capital on Sunday woke up to a thick fog with the PM 2.5 level breaching the unhealthy mark.
The minimum and maximum temperature are hovering at 7 degrees and 21 degrees respectively.
As many as 38 trains were delayed and 18 others were cancelled due to low visibility and operational reasons. In addition, five trains were rescheduled.
Thick fog engulfs parts of Delhi; Early morning visuals from India Gate and Rajpath in Delhi pic.twitter.com/so6knLf0vq
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"The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to hover at 21 and 7 degrees Celsius," said the Met department.
Several train services were affected due to the fog that engulfed Delhi today morning.
Earlier this week, the city received light rains with reports of train services disruption.
Parts of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand had received a fresh bout of snow on Wednesday.
The weatherman predicted snowfall or rain in the Kashmir Valley which is reeling under frigid conditions.