North India, including the national capital Delhi, is covered in a thick sheet of fog. From Delhi to Haryana, Punjab, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh, dense fog has engulfed North Indian cities, due to which the visibility has remained very low. Visibility was less than 25 metres in some areas.
About 10 trains in northern India are running late due to fog. The Indian Meteorological Department has forecasted rain in several places. According to the weather department, there may be rain in the hilly areas on January 22 and 24 and there is a possibility of light rain in the areas around Delhi and Chandigarh on January 23.
From today onwards, due to western disturbances, the weather can also change. From today, western disturbances will start to affect the western Himalayas, due to which the minimum temperature is expected to fall. According to IMD, Panchkula, Ambala, Yamunanagar, Karnal and Kurukshetra in Haryana are expected to see a fall in temperature by two to four degrees Celsius on January 24. During this time, mist can also prevail.