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PostSubject: Duration, density of fog down as mercury marks a rise in cit   Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:14 am

New Delhi: 25th Jan '10

Even though the day temperatures became normal on Sunday in the National Capital, the fog has not completely gone away.

Visibility dropped to 100 metres at 5.30 am which, however, improved to 1,000 metres later in the day. Thick fog disrupted flight operations at the IGI airport in the morning, delaying around 50 domestic and international flights and diverting six.

Eight trains were cancelled and as many rescheduled due to poor visibility, while over 100 are running several hours behind schedule.

Operations at the airport became normal at 8.30 am.

According to Met department officials, in the last eight days, today was the only day when fog was there for fewer hours. In the last few days, fog had enveloped the city for almost eight to nine hours every day, while today it stayed for five hours

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/duration-density-of-fog-down-as-mercury-marks-a-rise-in-city/571291/

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