The fog was back in the national capital on Monday with Delhiites waking up to a grey morning after the few days of clear sunshine. The Met office, however, promised clear skies later in the day.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Monday's minimum temperature settled at 10.6 degree Celsius, three notches above average.
"A fog cover enveloped the capital Monday morning but as the day progresses the skies will clear. The cold winds will return in the evening. The maximum temperature is likely to hover around the 22 degrees Celsius mark," an IMD official said.
Visibility at 8.30 a.m dropped to 50 metres.
Sunday's maximum and minimum temperatures were both two notches above average for this time of the season at 22.9 degrees Celsius and 9.4 degrees Celsius respectively.
According to the Met department, the coldest morning of the season was Jan 6 when the minimum temperature dropped to 1.9 degrees.