Clear skies in Delhi as Games get underway
New Delhi: The skies will remain bright and clear in Delhi with no chance of rain Monday, the first day of the Commonwealth Games competitions, a weather official said.
"No rainfall was recorded from any part in the city. There are no chances of rainfall today (Monday) or in the coming days. The skies will remain clear," said an official of the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The minimum temperature recorded was 22.3 degrees Celsius, a notch above average for this time of the season while the maximum is expected to hover around 33 degrees.
The maximum humidity level was recorded at a high of 91 percent while the minimum was 42 percent, the official said.
The capital witnessed one of its wettest monsoons this year. The rainfall received so far crossed 1,031.5 mm - around 56 percent above the seasonal average.
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