New Delhi: Heavy rains lashed Delhi for the
second consecutive day today bringing the mercury down and the
weatherman has forecast more showers tomorrow.
The overall rains during the day in last 12 hours till
5.30 pm was recorded as 8.1 mm. The city recorded 62.7 mm of
rains in the last 24 hours ending at 8.30 AM today, the Met
So far, the city has received a total 304.9 mm of rains
after the monsoon reached the capital on July 5.
The on-going spell of rains brought the maximum
temperature down to 32.8 degree Celsius, one degree below
normal, while the minimum settled as 24 degree Celsius three
degrees below normal.
According to the weatherman, the maximum and minimum
humidity was registered at 97 and 61 per cent respectively.
The Met office has forecast a cloudy sky with a few
spells of rains in many areas and heavy rains in some areas
The maximum and minimum temperatures would continue to
hover around 32 and 25 degree Celsius, it said.