New Delhi, Feb 13 (UNI) Cold winds today continued to lend a chill to the air in Delhi even as the mercury rose further to 6.2 degree Celsius.
The cold Northwesterlies continued to bring chill in the air. The minimum temperature, however, continued its upward movement, rising further to 6.2 degree Celsius. Still, it remained four degrees below normal.
Visibility levels remained normal with the minimum visibility in the morning recorded at 1500 m.
Weatherman said though the cold wave sweeping Delhi over the last week was on its way out, the chill could persist for the next few days due to cold Northwesterly winds blowing through the air in the city.
They, however, described these winds as a normal weather phenomenon at this time of the year in Delhi.
The Met office has forecast a mainly clear sky in Delhi during the next 24 hours with minimum temperature likely to be 6 degree C tomorrow.
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