Jagmohan Garg said at Palam, visibility was recorded at 200 meters at 5.30 AM while dropped to less than 50 meters at 8.30 AM.
Delhiites on Monday woke up to a charming morning with the base temperature settling at 10 degrees Celsius even as the MeT division anticipated plausibility of storm and rain on Republic Day. The perceivability was recorded at 300 meters at 5.30 AM at Safdarjung which enhanced to 500 meters three hours after the fact.
At Palam, perceivability was recorded at 200 meters at 5.30 AM while dropped to under 50 meters at 8.30 AM, said Jagmohan Garg.
Jagmohan Garg highlights mist in the morning deferred 30 trains while seven were rescheduled.
The moistness was recorded at 100 for each penny at 8.30 AM.
The Met office has estimate somewhat shady skies for now with the most extreme temperature prone to settle at 23 degrees.
On Sunday, the base and most extreme temperatures were recorded at 8.4 degrees and 23.8 degrees individually.