Another chilly morning greeted Delhiites on Friday with the minimum temperature recorded at 4.1 degrees Celsius.
Friday's minimum, which is five notches below normal, has risen by 0.7 degree Celsius compared to Thursday's 3.4 degrees celsius, the MeT Department said.
The weatherman predicted that on Saturday's minimum is likely to remain at around four degree Celsius.
The maximum temperature on Thursday was 19 degree Celsius, three degrees normal.
The BBC weather website had earlier predicted that the minimum temperature will hover around zero degree Celsius on Friday morning.
The National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting said that a western disturbance is likely to affect north-west India, including Delhi, by tomorrow, which is expected to cause a rise in temperature by about 4 degrees Celsius.
The Capital has been experiencing intense cold for the past few days with the minimum and maximum temperatures remaining many notches below normal.
The season's lowest was recorded at 1.9 degrees Celsius on January 2, while the second lowest was recorded on January 28 at 2.3 degree Celsius.