Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr New Delhi: The national capital keeps on reeling under extreme chilly with a thick cover of haze influencing the street, rail and air activity on Thursday. Delhi presumably encountered its coldest day of this season today as the base temperature recorded in the Palam at the beginning of today stayed at 7 degree Celsius. Delhi keeps on being covered in thick mist for the fourth sequential day, which has extremely influenced administrations at both the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport and the railroad stations. About 49 trains were postponed, and no less than 12 wiped out because of thick haze and no ability to see. Many travelers at a few railroad stations in north India have been left stranded after numerous trains have been wiped out, deferred, and rescheduled because of thick mist. Low perceivability because of the mist has disturbed flight operations at the Indira Gandhi International air terminal. No less than 20 flights were deferred, as indicated by ANI. In the mean time, the furnished officers propped the outrageous climate conditions in the national capital area (NCR) to practice for the Republic Day parade at Rajpath in the early hours. Substantial mist on January 1 had constrained the airplane terminal specialists to suspend all flights for a few hours previously perceivability returned. Delhi airplane terminal has propelled innovation for low-perceivability arrivals, called CAT IIIB. Subsequently, arrivals can occur with a perceivability of 50 meters. Nonetheless, for departures, a base perceivability of 125 meters is required. Hazy conditions on Wednesday evening likewise acquired movement to a creep Gurgaon. The air quality in the national capital has been keeping under ‘extremely poor’ classification as the mist has not been enabling the particulate issue to scatter. The climate condition is probably going to continue as before for the following couple of days, as per the India Meteorological Department.