Delhi experienced the season’s coldest day yesterday with the minimum temperature dipping to 4 degrees Celsius. However, the mercury dipped to 2.3 degrees at some places in the national capital. According to met department, it was the coldest day in five years. In it’s forecast the weatherman has predicted clear sky today with mist and shallow fog.
The maximum and minimum temperature will be hovering around 17 and 4 degree Celsius. The Delhiites are not likely to get any respite form the chilly weather condition during the next couple of days.The city witnessed moderate to dense fog which disrupted rail services, leading to cancellation of 66 trains and delay of 16 others. Flight operations, however, remained normal.
Humidity levels oscillated between 97 and 70%. The weatherman has predicted mainly clear sky tomorrow. “The skies will be mainly clear. Shallow to moderate fog would occur at most places while dense foggy conditions will be witnessed at isolated places. The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to hover around 17 and 8 degrees Celsius, respectively, tomorrow,” the official said. Yesterday, maximum temperature was recorded at 15.7 degrees Celsius while the minimum was 8.9 degrees Celsius.