Delhi's skyline was enveloped by a layer of smog on Saturday, a day after Diwali as smoke from the firecrackers burnt overnight mixed with the early morning mist.
"The smog will cover the city sky the whole day and it will clear up only by tomorrow (Sunday)," said an official of the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
With the maximum temperatures dipping over the last couple of days, the met office forecast a chilly Saturday evening.
"The minimum temperature was recorded a notch above average at 15.5 degrees Celsius and the maximum is expected to hover around 29 degrees," added the official.
The humidity levels will waver between a high of 94% and a low of 49%, he added.