Delhi winters have marked their arrival with a bang. Those summery clothes have been kept inside the closet and sweaters and jackets have finally been taken out. So much so that the minimum temperature witnesses a drop each day.
Meanwhile, the maximum temperatures remain on the higher side with the day remaining on the comfortable night. However, as the night progresses, temperatures continue to take a dip. In fact, today, both the observatories of Delhi recorded their minimum below the 10-degree mark.
The Palam observatory witnessed a minimum of 9.3 degrees while the Safdarjung observatory saw its minimum temperature settling at a mere 9.4 degrees. However, the maximums in both these areas settled in the mid-20s.