Temperatures across the northern parts have taken a dip in the past few days. In fact, the national capital 's Safdarjung observatory has recorded the minimum temperature at 9.2 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest minimum this season, for the second time.
The same minimum temperature was seen a few days ago. Now, with no weather activities across the northern parts of the country, Delhi has once again seen the lowest minimum of the season.
No weather activity is expected in the next few days as well, and winds will remain northwesterly, thus, a further drop in minimums is expected and may reach to 7 and 8 degrees Celsius. Breeze may pick up and add to the chill factor in the coming days.