As the cold wave maintains its grip on northern India, Delhi experiences disruptions with 150 flights and 28 trains facing delays on Tuesday. The minimum temperature in Delhi recorded at 6.9 degrees Celsius, slightly below the seasonal average, according to data from the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Dense fog, coupled with cold wave conditions, persisted in several northern states, prompting the IMD to forecast similar weather patterns until January 27. The chilling temperatures and reduced visibility pose challenges for transportation systems, causing delays in both flights and trains.
The ongoing winter conditions highlight the need for residents and travelers to take necessary precautions as they navigate the challenges posed by the cold wave. The impact on transportation services serves as a reminder of the seasonal disruptions that northern India often experiences during the winter months.
With the IMD’s prediction of sustained cold wave conditions, the affected regions brace themselves for continued challenges in the coming days. As temperatures remain below the seasonal average, residents are advised to stay informed about weather updates and plan their activities accordingly to ensure safety and well-being during this prolonged winter spell.