Dense Fog Alerts Issued by IMD for Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued dense fog warnings for several regions in North India, including Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. The warnings are in effect for the rest of the week, advising residents and travelers to exercise caution and stay up-to-date on weather conditions.
With the arrival of winter, foggy conditions are common in these areas, resulting in reduced visibility and increased risks on the roads. The International Meteorological Department has advised people to avoid unnecessary travel during the early morning and late evening hours, when fog density is at its highest.
Delhi, the national capital, has been experiencing dense fog in recent days, affecting air and rail traffic. The IMD’s warnings are crucial in ensuring the safety of commuters and preventing accidents on highways and expressways.
Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh, neighboring states of Delhi, are also prone to dense fog during the winter season. The IMD’s alerts will help residents and authorities in these regions take the necessary precautions and minimize any disruptions caused by the foggy conditions.
People need to stay informed about weather updates and follow safety guidelines during foggy conditions. This includes using fog lights while driving, maintaining a safe distance from other vehicles, and driving at a slower speed to ensure better visibility and prevent accidents.
The IMD will continue to monitor the foggy conditions and issue updates as necessary. Residents and travelers in these regions should stay updated with the latest weather forecasts and plan their activities accordingly.