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Chilly day in Delhi

New Delhi, Jan 3(UNI) Delhiites witnessed a cold day on Wednesday, with maximum temperature settling at
18.4 degrees C, a notch below normal for the season.
Air and rail services were affected due to the fog cover in the morning hours, while low visibility also affected vehicular traffic movement.
Sixty trains and 18 flights were delayed while 15 trains cancelled due to low visibility.
The sky was mostly clear during the day, while the humidity at 1730 hrs pegged at 72 per cent, the weatherman said.
The minimum temperature in the morning settled at 7.4 degrees C, as per the Met official.
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