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Delhi: Cold wave intensifies, 25 trains delayed, 12 cancelled

ANI
Published : Dec 15, 2017, 1:11 pm IST
Updated : Dec 15, 2017, 1:11 pm IST

Delhi has been experiencing bitter cold for the past few days and fog was also seen in some parts.

A Met report said the minimum temperature in Delhi was 8 degrees Celsius and maximum temperature was 18 degrees Celsius.
 A Met report said the minimum temperature in Delhi was 8 degrees Celsius and maximum temperature was 18 degrees Celsius.

New Delhi: As cold wave intensified in the national capital on Friday, 25 trains were delayed, two rescheduled and 12 cancelled due to low visibility.

Fog was also seen in parts of Delhi on Friday.

 

The India Meteorological Department report said the minimum temperature in Delhi to be 8 degrees Celsius and maximum temperature as 18 degrees Celsius.

The national capital had been experiencing bitter cold since the past few days.

People took refuge at night shelters in Delhi on Thursday and lit fire to keep themselves warm.

Earlier on December 13, at least 13 trains were delayed, 10 cancelled and one resheduled due to foggy weather and low visibility in the national capital.

Tags: delhi cold wave, met department, delhi trains cancelled
Location: India, Delhi, New Delhi