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Delhi NCR Fog: Triple attack of weather in Delhi, AQI crossed 400 and visibility 0, mercury also dropped to 5 degrees.

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14 January 2023 Weather Update: Cold weather continues in North India (North India Winter). The Meteorological Department (IMD) says that there is no hope of relief from the cold for the next few days. It is a bone-chilling cold these days in North India. On top of that, due to dense fog and cold waves, it is becoming difficult for people to leave their homes. There is so much fog in Delhi-NCR today that things 10 meters away are not visible at all. It seems that she has disappeared. Along with this, people are facing severe colds. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert in Delhi.

Triple hit of weather in Delhi

There is a triple attack of weather in Delhi. People are facing the brunt of cold, fog, and air pollution simultaneously. AQI in Delhi has crossed 400 and visibility has become 0. The minimum temperature in Delhi has also fallen to 5 degrees Celsius. AQI is in the severe category in most areas of Delhi. In many places, this figure is even beyond 450. Today the overall AQI of Delhi is 456, Noida is 444, Greater Noida is 392 and Gurugram is 396.

Dense fog will haunt you further

According to IMD, there is a possibility of dense to very dense fog across North India for the next 4-5 days. There are chances of cold to severe cold days in the north-western areas of the country for the next 4 days. An orange alert for the cold wave has been issued in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today.

Expressway accident due to fog

Let us tell you that amidst the severe cold in Delhi, air pollution in Delhi-NCR has once again reached the severe category. At the same time, due to dense fog, road accidents are happening in many places. Brother and sister died and four people were injured in the collision between a car and a dumper on Delhi Mumbai Expressway.

6 vehicles collided in Etawah

Apart from this, six vehicles including three buses collided due to fog in Etawah. One person died and 6 were injured in this accident. But the surprising thing is that where people used to go to enjoy snowfall in winter, this time there is neither snow nor it is that cold. Srinagar recorded a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius in January after 14 years.

It is noteworthy that school holidays have been extended till January 16 in Begusarai, Bihar. DM directed to close the school in view of the severe cold. At the same time, due to dense fog in Shahjahanpur, UP, a collision between a tractor-trolley and a car took place. Three people including a woman have died in this accident.