Capital's date with cold continues
Visibility was at 800 metres and a layer of mist enveloped Delhi in early hours as temperatures remained below 2?C.delhi Updated: Jan 09, 2006 14:06 IST
Delhiites woke up to another chilly morning on Monday as temperatures remained below two degrees Celsius.
The minimum temperature recorded was 1.6 degrees Celsius at 6.10 am, while the maximum temperature on Sunday was 18.1 degrees.
Visibility was at 800 metres and a layer of mist enveloped the capital in the early hours on Monday, Meteorological Department officials said.
However, air traffic was unaffected.
Runway visibility range at the Palam airport was 1,500 metres, clear enough for flights to take off and land.
However, rail services remained behind schedule and trains reaching Delhi were delayed as the plains were under a thick fog cover.
First Published: Jan 09, 2006 09:21 IST