After experiencing an unexpected shower on Monday night, Delhiites on Tuesday woke up to a clear sky with temperature rising by almost two degrees.
The minimum temperature rose to 14.2 degree Celsius from Monday's 12.3 degrees, the Met Office said adding the normal visibility was also normal.
The maximum temperature recorded in the past 24 hours was 28.6 degree Celsius.
The rainfall recorded in the past 24 hours is 1.7 mm, the Met Office added.
At the airport, traffic was normal with no delays or cancellation of flights.
The minimum temperature during the day is expected to remain around fourteen degree Celsius whereas the sky could be partly cloudy with possible thundery development of light rain in some areas, Met department added.
Dense fog had engulfed the the capital on Monday reducing visibility to near zero levels and affecting rail, road and air traffic.