New Delhi, Nov 13 (UNI) Patchy fog and haze threw its cover around the capital throughout the day and the mercury continued its voyage down the slope with the minimum temperature recording 13.6 degrees Celsius, two degrees above normal, as against yesterday's 14.5.
The weather gods again flip-flopped as the city see-sawed between warmth and chill with people shivering in the morning and donning some woollens but some of them shedding them as the day progressed. The maximum was recorded at 29.4 degrees Celsius during the day, which was normal.
In the afternoon, clouds gathered in some places in the capital and a partly cloudy sky hung over the city as the sun kept hiding behind it in intervals, giving strong indications to Delhiites that the heavens might open anytime which they did not.
The weatherman said though the sky was partly cloudy there were no chances of scattered rains and shallow fog and mist would be a permanent fixture for the people of the city in coming days.
The weatherman added that haze might again coat the city with its grey shades tomorrow, which, in turn, may plummet the temperature further.