Delhiites woke up to a cold and foggy morning on Tuesday with the minimum temperature settling at 7 degrees Celsius, normal for the season.
A cover of moderate fog enveloped the city with visibility reduced to 200 to 400 metres at several places in early morning.
A senior Railways officer said 14 trains have been delayed by an average of two hours due to fog.
An unrelenting cold wave continued in the Kashmir Valley on Tiesday as the met office said the weather condition would remain the same during the next 48 hours.
Yesterday’s cyclonic storm “PABUK” moved west-northwestwards and weakened into a deep depression over Andaman Sea around same noon. Moving further west-northwestwards, it crossed Andaman Islands as a deep depression with a wind speed of 55-65 kmph gusting to 75 kmph near latitude 11.6°N and longitude 92.7°E, close to south of Port Blair during late evening (1830 and 2030 hours IST) of yesterday, the 6th January, 2019.
Yesterday’s cyclonic storm “PABUK” over Gulf of Thailand and adjoining areas moved west-northwestwards and emerged into Andaman Sea in the morning (0830 hrs IST) of today, theth January, 2019. It lay centered at 0830 hours IST of today, the 5th January near latitude 9.1°N and longitude 98.1°E, about 650 km east-southeast of Port Blair. It is very likely to move westnorthwestwards for some more time. Thereafter, it is very likely to move northwestwards and cross Andaman Islands around evening/night of 06th January as a cyclonic storm with a wind speed of 70-80 kmph gusting to 90 kmph.
Yesterday’s cyclonic storm “PABUK” over Andaman Sea moved west-northwestwards and lay centered at 0830 hours IST of today, the 06 th January, 2019 over the same region near latitude 11.1°N and longitude 94.6°E, about 210 km east-southeast of Port Blair. Due to unfavourable conditions, the system is very likely to weaken into a deep depression during next 06 hours and further into a depression during subsequent 12 hours.
A cyclonic storm “PABUK” lay centred at 0830 hours IST of 03rd January 2019over south China Sea near latitude 6.0°N and longitude 105.0° E, about 1500 km east-southeast of Port Blair. It is very likely to move west-northwestwards and emerge into Andaman Sea around the forenoon of 05th January 2019.
Thereafter it is very likely to move northwestwards and cross Andaman Islands around evening/ night of 06th January. Thereafter, it is very likely to move north-northwestwards and then recurve northeastwards towards Myanmar coast and weaken further during 7th -8 th January, 2019.