Superfog Covers 2,000 km Through North India And It Ain’t Getting Better!

Where | New Delhi

On Wednesday this week, a thick cloud of fog formed and covered the upper half of the Indian subcontinent. Spread across 2,000 km, the fog stretches from Pakistan to the North East. Experts said that it was one of the largest simultaneously formed, single fog episodes over any land area in the world.

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While the fog started brewing in states like UP by Christmas, Union Territories like Delhi only faced the fog cover by 31st December. In fact, the fog has severely affected aviation, rail and road transport. Caused a sharp drop in day temperatures across the region and made visibility in the morning and at night nearly zero.

So, as we take out more of our winter clothes, what are your suggestions to fight this fog cover?

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