New Delhi, Nov 27 (UNI) The national capital today continued to experience chilly weather conditions even as thick clouds on the skyline indicated some rain and relief from chilly conditions in the coming days.
It was another chilly morning in the city as the minimum stayed at 9.8 degree Celsius. The maximum also dropped, from 28.1 degree yesterday to 27.5 degree today.
Visibility levels continued to remain near normal, even though slight traffic jams were caused due to fog in the morning.
Some relief from chill could, however, be in the offing in the coming days with the weathermen forecasting a rise in the night temperatures in the coming days.
''A western disturbance as an upper air system is approaching Northwest India. Under its influence, Southwesterly winds are likely to prevail over Rajasthan and Northwest India from tomorrow onwards.
Under this scenario, night temperatures are likely to rise by 2 to 3 degree over these regions,'' the Met office said.
The Met office has forecast a mainly clear sky in Delhi during the next 24 hours with the likelihood of mist or shallow fog in the morning.
They have also forecast a rise in the minimum temperature in Delhi to 11 degree tomorrow.