Delhi is suffering from the worst fog since 2010, which is causing disruptions to air, rail, and road traffic.
On January 5, visibility fell below 50 meters, the mandatory minimum. This caused the airport to close and remain closed until 4 am. This caused problems with a total of 89 flights.
Through Sunday, the maximum visibility of the airport never went above 600 meters, causing further delays.
Road and train traffic has also been affected due to poor visibility. Twenty-eight trains were delayed since Sunday evening. The low temperature of Sunday morning, absence of wind, and moisture conditions were all favorable for an increase of fog in Delhi and surrounding areas.
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