Delhi woke up to a foggy Friday morning with the minimum temperature recorded at 11.0 degrees Celsius, which is three notches above the average, said the weather office.
The national capital may witness light rains during the day, it added.
“There was shallow fog in the morning. The sky will remain generally cloudy with likelihood of showers,” an India Meteorological Department (IMD) official said.
The maximum temperature was likely to hover around 21 degrees Celsius, the official said.
The humidity at 8.30 am. was recorded at 93 per cent and visibility stood at 1,200 metres. Sporadic and negligible rain was reported in parts of Delhi on late Thursday evening and early Friday morning.
More than 10 Delhi-bound trains were delayed on Friday morning.
The maximum temperature on Thursday was recorded at 21.5 degrees Celsius, a notch below the normal.
Meanwhile, Kashmir Valley experienced fresh snowfall on Friday.
A Met official said that weather is likely to improve from Friday afternoon.
Leh in Ladakh region recorded minus 6 while Kargil and Drass both were at minus 16.8 degrees Celsius.
Kufri, Manali, and Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh received more snowfall on Friday, pushing down the temperatures by several notches.
A government spokesperson said if the snowfall continued, services of state-run buses in upper Shimla and in Chamba district might be affected.
Bharmour in Chamba district recorded 60 cm of snow, the state’s highest, while picturesque tourist resort Dalhousie in the district had 45 cm of snow.