As predicted by Skymet, rains have brought along good visibility levels along with. As of now, fog has abated from most parts of the Indian subcontinent barring a few isolated pockets in Jammu and Kashmir. Moreover, entire Northwest and Eastern India are observing fog free days.
On Thursday morning, the visibility in even one of the most polluted cities of Delhi stands at 1500 m. The sacred city of Amritsar is observing good visibility levels at 3500 m. However, a few pockets in Jammu and Kashmir are observing moderate to dense fog such as that of Gulmarg with 200 m visibility, Kupwara with 500 m visibility and Halflong at 500 m. Also, shallow fog is being observed at the Eastern state of Bihar with 700 m visibility.
So far, this year Delhi NCR hasn’t observed many days covered in dense fog. Only some isolated parts of the region have recorded thick fog that too for a very short duration.
These on and off rains are likely to continue today, i.e. on February 7. By February 8 however, weather will start to clear up as the weather system, i.e. the induced Cyclonic Circulation will move towards Haryana and Punjab.
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