New Delhi: It was a clear sky in Delhi Wednesday with the sun shining brightly and the weather office predicting no rain in the coming days.
"The skies will remain clear and there are no chances of rains," said an official of the India Meteorological Department.
The minimum temperature was 21.6 degrees Celsius, normal for this time of the season, while the maximum temperature was expected to hover around 35 degrees.
Humidity levels wavered between a high of 85 percent and a low of 65 percent, the official said.
Delhi has witnessed one of the wettest monsoons this season, resulting in heavy waterlogging and flood threats.
The total rainfall received by the city so far has crossed 1,031.5 mm which is around 56 percent above the seasonal average.