Mercury at below normal level provided the right setting for Delhiites to go out and enjoy themselves today.
The weatherman has predicted similar weather conditions even tomorrow, which will make watching the World Cup match at the Feroz Shah Kotla even more enjoyable.
Sunday began with mist with the minimum temperature being recorded at 10.1 degree Celsius, which was two degrees below the normal and two degrees down from yesterday.
The maximum settled at 24.3 degree Celsius, one degree below normal and up from yesterday’s 22.6 degrees. The weatherman has predicted similar weather conditions for tomorrow with the temperature oscillating between 10 and 26 degree Celsius.
“It could be a partly cloudy sky with humidity hovering between 35 and 85%. The wind will blow at a speed of 10-15 km per hour,” a senior met official said. Delhi recorded also 10.3 mm of rainfall in the 24 hours ending at 8.30am on Sunday while the humidity was between 59 and 100%.
This year, the first week of February saw temperatures rise well above normal only to come down following a spell of rain.