New Delhi: Delhiites on Thursday woke up to a cold morning as minimum temperature dropped to 5.8 degrees Celsius while fog continued to disrupt train traffic.
According to MeT department, the minimum temperature was two notches below normal. Yesterday, it was 11 degrees Celsius, which was three notches above normal.
An official of the department said that shallow fog was observed in the national capital in the early hours and visibility was recorded at 400 meters at 8:30 AM.
Apart from that, humidity recorded till 8.30 AM this morning was 94 per cent.
According to a Northen Railway official, 61 trains were delayed and five trains were cancelled due to inclement weather.
However, flight operations remained smooth, airport authorities said.
Weatherman has predicted a mainly clear sky throughout the day.
"There will be mainly clear sky and maximum temperature is expected to settle at 17 degree Celsius," the official also said.
Yesterday, the maximum temperature was recorded six notches below the season's average at at 14.7 degrees Celsius.