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Dense fog in North India, will be affected from road-air traffic to power sector.

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New Delhi : The Meteorological Department (IMD) has indicated in its forecast a sudden change in the weather, in which most parts of North India have been exposed to dense fog. According to the Meteorological Department, for the next 5 days, many states of northern India will remain under thick and extremely dense fog. Apart from road and air traffic, the power sector is also likely to be affected due to sudden fog increase.

The Meteorological Department has said that extremely cold weather conditions will prevail over eastern Uttar Pradesh and Odisha on Tuesday, while cold wave will prevail over Kutch region, Telangana, East Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Western Uttar Pradesh and Gangetic West Bengal. . At the same time, there will be dense to extremely dense fog in western Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi-NCR and western Uttar Pradesh.

Additional Director General of Meteorological Department, Anand Kumar Sharma told News18 Hindi that from 23 to 26 December there is a possibility of extremely dense fog in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, while Bihar, Assam Meghalaya and Uttar Pradesh are wrapped in thick fog sheet. Will remain.

According to the meteorological department, many airports, highways and rail routes will be affected due to the dense fog, which will affect the road to air traffic. Not only this, it is also expected to affect the ferry services. The department says that due to the dense fog, the visibility level will be very low, which will make it difficult for the drivers to drive. Also, the Meteorological Department has said that due to very dense fog, there is a possibility of tripping in the power lines in many places, which is likely to affect the power supply.

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