Visibility was recorded at 1,500 metres at 5.30 AM in Safdarjung which dropped to 800 metres at 8.30 AM. It significantly improved to 2,000 metres at 11.30 AM, a Met Department official said.
At Palam, the visibility was recorded at 600 metres at 5.30 AM and 500 metres at 8.30 AM. It improved to 1,500 metres at 11 AM, the official said.
“17 trains were cancelled, while 90 trains are running late and 40 have been rescheduled,” a senior railway official said.
However, flight operations were reported normal at the IGI Airport, its spokesperson said.
The city recorded a minimum of 10.5 degrees Celsius, two notches above the normal, while the maximum temperature settled 26.6 degrees Celsius, three notches above the season’s average.
The humidity level oscillated between 98 and 34 per cent, a Met official said.
The weatherman has predicted mainly clear skies for tomorrow with mist and shallow fog in some areas.
The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to settle at 25 and 10 degrees, respectively, it said.
Yesterday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 11 degrees Celsius, while maximum was pegged at 27.1 degrees Celsius.