Air traffic remained undisturbed for the fourth day as sunny, clear skies offset an otherwise cold day in the national capital on Monday.
According to the India Meteorological Department, Delhi has been witnessing minimum temperatures above normal level for the last four days and the situation will continue till Wednesday afternoon.
"We have been witnessing a clear sky and it will continue for the next two days. The capital will experience mist but a shallow fog may return after Wednesday," an IMD official said.
On Sunday, Delhi recorded a maximum of 24.5 degrees (two degrees above normal) and a minimum of 10.5 degrees Celsius (three degrees above normal). On Monday morning, the minimum temperature was 9 degrees Celsius, a notch above normal.
Air traffic movement was normal on Monday as morning visibility was above 2,000 metres at the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
"There was no disruption in the flight schedule today. But the MET department has forecast that fog may return after two days," said a Delhi International Airport spokesman.