Today, the city of Amritsar in Punjab observed very dense fog. In fact, the city’s visibility level even dropped to 150-meter for some time. Along with this, few more parts of Punjab recorded dense to very dense fog with poor visibility levels.
Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh witnessed dense fog with 200-meter visibility level, followed by Lucknow, Allahabad and Delhi in moderate category with 500-meter visibility levels. Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh also observed moderate fog with 500-meter visibility.
Now we expect moderate winds from northwest direction to blow over most parts of North India including Delhi and its nearby regions such as Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad.
Therefore, we can say that dense to very dense fog may not be a chance. However, isolated pockets of Punjab and Haryana may witness dense fog for short duration during the early morning hours. But widespread disruption in rail, road and air traffic will be ruled out.
Further, by tomorrow evening another fresh Western Disturbance is likely to approach the Western Himalayas. This system will reduce the wind speed and thereafter, fog may intensify in few pockets of northern plains but will not be widespread or very dense.
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