Though cold Northwesterly winds continued to lend chill to the air, a cloud cover over the skyline led to a rise in the minimum temperature, from 2.4 degrees Celsius yesterday, to 5.6 degrees C, two degrees below normal. Meanwhile, visibility levels remained normal today. The coming days could witness a further abatement in chill with weathermen forecasting a rise in minimum temperature to 7 degree C tomorrow. The Met office has forecast a partly cloudy sky in Delhi during the next 24 hours.
After unusually warm weather conditions last week, the Capital has been experiencing a cold wave since the beginning of this week.