New Delhi: Delhiites on Monday woke up to dense fog, which affected flight schedules at the Delhi airport with over 46 flights were delayed and 24 flights cancelled.
Low visibility and dense fog in the morning also hit the movement of trains, with more than 60 of them were reported to be running late and 12 had to be rescheduled.
According to the Met Office, the overall visibility across Delhi was less than 50 meters in the morning. The minimum temperature this morning was 10.2 degrees Celsius, a couple of notches higher than that of last week's average of 8 degrees.
Neighbouring cities - Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Faridabad were also affected with severe fog, making driving during the early hours of the morning hazardous.
The MeT department has predicted for Tuesday suggested dense fog with a minimum and maximum temperatures of 8 degrees and 21 degrees Celsius respectively.