New Delhi : The capital woke up to a warm morning Friday with a pleasant breeze and no fog. The warm spell of the past week may take a while to pass, said met department officials.
“The minimum temperature recorded was 13.8 degrees Celsius. The maximum was recorded at 27.4 degrees Celsius,” said an official of the Safdarjung Met office.
The minimum temperatures has gone up by 3 degrees Celsius in just three days, while the maximum temperature too is a notch higher than what was predicted a few days back.
The days have become windier over the past few days with a gush of cool winds, but the temperatures are not likely to lower at least for the coming two days, the official said.
“The Northern Western Disturbances have not passed. Till they leave there is no likelihood of temperatures dropping,” the official added.
The official said there was no fog and visibility was recorded at 2,000 metres. The following two days are forecast to be bright and clear.