Though weatherman said the cold wave sweeping Delhi over the past week was over, the sharp drop in minimum temperature to 6.4 degrees C from 8.8 degrees yesterday, brought some chill in the air. The Weatherman attributed the drop in mercury to the absence of the thick cloud cover which had caused a rise in temperatures in the past two days. Meanwhile, after a dense fog yesterday which plummeted visibility levels and caused flight delays, near normal visibility levels were observed in Delhi at 1000m.
There could be a slight increase in minimum temperature tomorrow with the weatherman forecasting a rise to seven degrees.
The Met office has forecast a partly cloudy sky in Delhi during the next 24 hours with a possibility of slight mist in the morning.