Delhiites got some respite from cold conditions on Makar Sankranti on Monday with the minimum temperature rising marginally.
The lowest temperature for the day was recorded at eight degree Celsius compared to yesterday's 7.4 degrees, the MeT Office said.
The minimum temperature is likely to rise after two days in the capital as weathermen predicted that western disturbance is approaching the northwest plain of the country.
Under the influence of the western disturbance, isolated to scattered rainfall is expected in the plains of northwest India.
The MeT Office has also predicted light fog on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The maximum temperature was recorded at 19 degree Celsius on Sunday, which was two degree below normal.