As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), specific areas of Delhi are expected to experience cold wave conditions on December 30 and 31, accompanied by the likelihood of “dense to very dense fog” in the National Capital Region (NCR).

New Delhi: The IMD has issued a cold wave warning for Delhi, anticipating dense fog over the next two days in the National Capital Region (NCR). On Friday, Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 19.8 degrees Celsius, one degree below the seasonal average. Dense fog caused disruptions in transportation services, resulting in delays for eleven trains heading to Delhi due to adverse weather conditions.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) experienced foggy conditions in the morning, impacting flight operations. However, conditions improved later in the day, with minimum visibility reported at 150 meters during dense fog.

The IMD reported a minimum temperature of 10.7 degrees Celsius in Delhi on Friday, marking a four-degree increase from the average temperature for this season. The weather department highlighted the potential for cold wave conditions in specific parts of Delhi on December 30 and 31.

Residents and authorities are advised to exercise caution, particularly during commuting hours, as dense fog is expected to persist over the next few days. The weather department recommends staying informed through official announcements and taking necessary precautions to ensure safety during this period of adverse weather conditions.

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