Delhi minimum temperature is likely to dip again to go below normal and in single-digit 27th November onward. Earlier after recording single digit between 19th and 24th November, the temperature entered double-digit on the following 2 days. November is the least rainiest month and recorded only 0.6mm rainfall against the monthly normal of 4.9mm. No more rains are expected in the remaining days of November.
The western disturbance which affected hills and plains during the week has cleared away and plains of North India and Delhi/NCR is likely to have sunny days and clear nights for the next week. The seasonal anticyclone over Rajasthan is back in place and dry and cold northwesterly winds will resume shortly. Fresh snowfall in the hills during the last few days will infuse icy winds over the plains including Delhi NCR.
Last week of November normally has a minimum temperature of 11°C. A significant drop of 4-5°C is expected in the next about 5-6 days and the minimum in the national capital may go down to about 6°C. Cold wave conditions are quite likely in the coming days. Misty morning with shallow fog in patches over some area will strengthen the wintry conditions. With this, the month of December is going to make a shivery start for Delhiites.