New Delhi, Jan 10 (UNI) Cold wave conditions further abated in the capital today with the mercury rising to 13.2 Degrees Celsius, six degrees above normal.
There was no nip in the air due the intermittent overnight showers received in the capital as the clouds hovering over the skyline led to a rise in the minimum temperature to 13.2 Degrees Celsius from yesterday's 11 degrees Celsius.
Slight fog in the early hours affected visibility levels partially.
Weathermen attributed the abatement of cold wave conditions in the city to the clouds in the skyline as well as the reversal of wind flow.
The Met office has forecast a partly cloudy sky in Delhi during the next 24 hours with the possibility of light rains and thundershowers in a few areas.
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