These trains are delayed due to rain, poor visibility. See details here

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The Indian Railway reported on January 30 that 13 trains were delayed due to poor visibility and rain, officials told ANI.

According to an earlier weather alert, oncoming patches of fresh clouds over Delhi are likely to trigger light to moderate bouts of rain over the city. IMD also predicted light to moderate rain in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan today.

According to IndiaMetSky Weather data, moisture is settling on the Aravali mountain tops and lifting instantly.

“The long active tail of the Western Disturbance is full of thunderstorms. Huge moisture incursion from both seas, convergence and interesting topology are helping this chain of long thunderstorms. Moisture is hitting the tops of the Aravali mountains and rises instantly. Chain expands from south Rajasthan-Delhi,” IndiaMetSky Weather tweeted.

According to SAFAR, currently the overall AQI in the national capital is in the “very poor” category at 311. Noida registered an AQI of 330 while Gurugram registered an AQI of 309.

Here is the list of 13 trains that were late today:

Darbhanga-New Delhi Clone Special,

Gaya-New Delhi Mahabodhi Express,

Malda City – Delhi Farakka Express,

Banaras- New Delhi Kashi Vishwanath Express

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminal-Amritsar Express,

Jabalpur-Hazrat Nizaumddin Gondwana Express,

Dr. Amdedkar Nagar-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Malwa Superfast Express,

MGR Chennai Central – New Delhi Grand Trank Express,

MGR Chennai Central – New Delhi Tamil Nadu Express,

Ayodhya Cantt-Delhi Express,

Rajgir-New Delhi Shramjeevi Express,

Sultanpur-Anand Vihar Terminal Sadbhavana Express,

Pratapgarh-Delhi Padmavat Express

In an update on the status of the flights, Srinagar Airport Director Kuldeep Singh Rishi told ANI that all flights are delayed due to continued snowfall. He said: “Our visibility is only 200 meters and there is continuous snowfall. At the same time we are clearing the snow. All flights delayed. To avoid inconvenience and avoid congestion, please check your flight status with your airlines before you arrive at the airport.”

In Rajasthan, hailstorms damaged crops in Udaipur. Earlier on Sunday, an official with the MeT department told PTI that parts of Rajasthan have recorded 10-30mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours due to an active western disturbance that caused a slight drop in temperatures. Bhilwara’s Sahada, Rajsamand’s Relmagra, Udaipur’s Dabok, Rajsamand’s Bheem all recorded rainfall of 30mm in the past 24 hours. Several other locations across the state saw rainfall of 10 to 20mm during the same period.

Meanwhile, in view of the bitter cold in Udaipur, all classes up to grade 5 of all recognized schools in Udaipur will be suspended on January 30-31.

According to an official statement from the district’s revenue office, the order will be applicable to all government, private and CBSE schools.

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