of north India remained under the grip of an intense cold wave on Sunday with
night temperatures dropping below the 5 degrees Celsius-mark at some places and
dense fog enveloping several areas.
minimum temperature in Delhi dropped to 5.7 degrees Celsius but it is likely to
rise over the next two days due to a change in the wind direction, the India
Meteorological Department (IMD) said.The
national capital will see shallow fog on Monday morning and light rain is
likely to occur, the IMD said. The city's minimum and maximum temperatures are
expected to settle around 8 and 17 degrees Celsius.?An
IMD official said easterly winds are blowing in Delhi that are not as cold as
northwesterly winds coming in from the snow-clad western Himalayas.