New Delhi: The south-west monsoon remained
feeble in the northern region on Tuesday even as temperatures in
several places stayed below normal levels.
No rains were recorded in the national capital and the
weather office has forecast mainly clear sky for tomorrow.
The maximum and minimum temperatures in Delhi settled
at 33.6 and 25 degrees Celsius respectively. However, humidity
oscillated between 51 and 87 per cent making the conditions
Most places in Punjab and Haryana recorded below normal
temperatures even as the monsoon has turned weak.
Chandigarh registered a high of 31.8 deg C, down by a
notch, the MeT office said.
Ambala in Haryana recorded a maximum temperature of
32.1 deg C, a degree below normal, while the high in Hisar was
32.8 deg C, down by three notches.
Karnal and Rohtak recorded below normal maximum
temperatures at 31.4 and 32.9 deg Celsius respectively.
Amritsar in Punjab recorded a high of 32.7 deg C, down
by two notches, while the maximum in Ludhiana was 33 deg C.