A generally cloudy sky with a light rain or drizzle is the forecast for the day and the maximum temperature is expected to be around 25 degrees Celsius.
The PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels in Delhi touched 206 and 214 respectively.
The city recorded a minimum of 9 degrees Celsius and maximum of 20.2 degrees Celsius.
The air quality index of Delhi was recorded at 240 which was in the 'poor' category, as per data of Central Pollution Control Board.
The air quality index was recorded at 283, which falls in the 'poor' category.
India had a phased plan for plants to comply with emission norms with some plants given until end-December 2019, while others had till the end of 2022.
Air quality of the city was in the 'poor' category in the air quality index (AQI) at 9 AM, as per Central Pollution Control Board data.
The air quality in the city was recorded in the very poor category on Friday after being in a severe zone for the past two days.
An advisory has asked people to keep windows of their houses closed and asthmatics to keep medicines handy.
Delhi Pollution Control Committee, AQI recorded in Anand Vihar was at 412, RK Puram 391 and at Rohini at 439 at 5 am in the morning.
The AQI was recorded at 433 with PM10 at 269 and PM2.5 at 281 in the morning today.
Rail operations in the Northern Railway region and flight operations at the Delhi Airport were disrupted due to poor visibility.
Capital's popular market place Chandani Chowk witnessed a 'severe' AQI of 405 while Mathura road saw 334.
The minimum temperature on December 19 fell to 5.2 degrees Celsius.
The visibility was 1,000 metres at 5.30 am in Safdarjung and was reduced to 600 metres by 8.30 am.