The DPCC has also directed all municipal authorities to shut polluting industries in non-conforming areas/residential areas in Delhi.
The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 19 degrees Celsius.
The Met office on Wednesday warned of cold days ahead as the minimum temperature in the national capital and adjoining areas is set to fall by 3-4 degrees Celsius due to likely cold winds.
The humidity at 8.30 a.m. was recorded at 100 per cent.
According to Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the overall air quality index (AQI) in the city was 184, which falls in the 'moderate' category.
The main issues related to the pollution in Delhi are still not being worked upon, said a member of the campaign.
Water logged roads though caused nightmares for the morning commuters, who faced a harrowing time on the roads and in the Metro.
The maximum temperature on Saturday was recorded at 25.9 degrees Celsius, while for Sunday it is expected to hover around the same.
"It is better not to be in Delhi. I do not wish to settle in Delhi. It is difficult to live in Delhi," Justice Arun Mishra said while hearing a matter.
The India Meteorological Department has said that there will be dense to very dense fog at several places in western Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand for the next two days.
The sky will remain clear with haze as the humidity was recorded at 100 per cent Thursday morning.
“It will continue to be this cold for another two-three days. After that, it will slowly start getting warmer," an IMD official said.
At least 12 train arrivals in Delhi were delayed due to fog or low visibility.
On Saturday, the air quality of the national capital was recorded as ‘severe’.
According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the overall air quality index (AQI) in the city was 423, which falls in the 'severe' category.
According to Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the overall air quality index (AQI) in the city was 348, which falls in the 'very poor' category.
Humidity at 8.30 am was recorded at 97 per cent - a highly unfavourable condition for pollutants to disperse.
"Saturday's rainfall, along with a sufficient wind speed, was enough to wash away air pollutants to an extent and improve the air quality index," the SAFAR said.
"The sky will remain generally cloudy with light rain or drizzle," an IMD official said.
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data showed the overall air quality index (AQI) of Delhi at 412, which falls in the 'severe category', while the Centre-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR) recorded an AQI of 388, which comes under the 'very poor' category.