Untimely fog covers Delhi-NCR, and the IMD issues a warning for the following five days, predicting further rain.
From the India Today News Desk: On the fourth day of May, one of the warmest months of the year, a heavy fog blanketed Delhi-NCR. After experiencing two days of rain, people in Delhi-NCR awoke to a gloomy morning on Thursday. Throughout Delhi-NCR, there was also very poor visibility.
Delhi roadways were seen covered in a thick layer of fog, with visibility only a few metres high. People in Delhi-NCR have been forced to don their winter clothing due to the "unbelievable" weather conditions.
After forty years, Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 15.8 degrees Celsius on Thursday morning. Such temperatures were last recorded in Delhi during this month on May 2, 1982.
On Wednesday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a warning for the Delhi-NCR region for the upcoming five days, anticipating more rains and hailstorms.
After the thick fog that people experienced in May, the temperature dropped to 19 degrees Celsius this morning. Nearly 15 degrees below average for this time of year, the temperature