Due to western disturbances, minimum temperatures in the city has risen and the winds are also warmer. Fog at Delhi airport will be shallow and visibility would be within 1,000 metres. Flights during the next 24 hours are expected to run smoothly. Delhi will have partly cloudy sky and may witness some showers.
Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport, Amritsar
The weather in the northwest region is also being influenced by the western disturbances, conditions that are not conducive for the formation of fog. In spite of moisture content in the air, wind speed is at around 8kmph and minimum temperatures have also risen. Amritsar airport is likely to be fog free and flights are expected to be on time during the next 24 hours.
Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, Lucknow
The Lucknow airport has witnessed moderate to dense fog during the past 24 hours but visibility is likely to improve. Shallow fog may persist around the airport but there is little chance of disruption of flights.
Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, Varanasi
The humidity level is above 80% because of easterly winds from the Bay of Bengal and they are blowing at a speed of around 3-5kmph. The minimum temperature is around 12 degrees. These conditions may lead to shallow fog during the next 24 hours around the airport but flights are unlikely to be affected
The humidity level is high in Patna with a minimum temperature of around 10 degrees. The easterly winds reaching Patna are slow, conditions that are likely to lead to fog formation. Shallow fog could be witnessed at Patna. Flight operations are expected to be on time.
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata
Shallow fog will occur around the Kolkata airport but flights are unlikely to be affected during the next 24 hours.
Bengaluru International Airport, Bangalore
The airport in Bangalore will be fog free and flights will be on time
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