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John Kerry's visit to religious sites in Delhi cancelled due to heavy rains

John Kerry's visit to religious sites in Delhi cancelled due to heavy rains

Heavy rains this morning caused waterlogging in many areas and massive traffic jams in New Delhi, leading to people stuck on the roads.

Delhi wakes to cool morning after rain, thunderstorm bring down mercury

Delhi wakes to cool morning after rain, thunderstorm bring down mercury

The national capital and its surrounding areas witnessed a thunderstorm and heavy rain on Monday, which brought some respite from the heat wave that has been sweeping north India and other parts of the country, as Delhiites woke up to a cool 27 degrees.

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Delhi temperature drops to lowest in 12 years after rains

 Scattered rains led to a fall in mercury in the national capital today with the maximum temperature settling at 27.9 degrees Celsius, seven notches below season's average, the lowest in July in the last 12 years.

Delhi weather: Met Department chief expects temperatures to drop further

The Met Department on Saturday said that it expected temperatures to drop further in the coming days.

Warm morning in Delhi today

It was a warm Friday morning here with the minimum temperature recorded at 29 degrees Celsius, slightly above the season`s average.

Mercury stays within normal levels in Delhi

 Mercury settled at normal levels in the national capital today giving a marginal respite from above-45 degree temperatures which scorched Delhiites a couple of days ago even as the MeT department predicted possibility of a squall hitting the city tomorrow.

Hot, sunny day in Delhi

 Delhiites sweated it out under a scorching sun today with the mercury rising two notches above the season's average to 42.6 degrees Celsius.

Another hot day in Delhi, mercury settles at 41.1 degrees Celsius

 It was yet another hot day for Delhiites as maximum temperature in the city was recorded at 41.1 degrees Celsius, which was a notch above the normal but marginally less from yesterday.

Delhi to sizzle at 44 degrees Celcius, hot days ahead

It was a sunny Thursday morning in the national capital, with the minimum temperature settling three notches above the season's average at 27.6 degrees Celsius.

"The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 44 degrees Celsius," MeT department officials said.

Maximum temperature settles at 31.7 degress Celsius in Delhi

 Temperatures in the national capital today signalled the oncoming summer as the maximum touched 31.7 degrees Celsius and the minimum was recorded at a notch above the normal.

Delhi sees cloudy Saturday, light rain likely Sunday

 It was a cloudy weekend in Delhi on Saturday with maximum temperature being recorded one notch below season`s average at 27.3 degrees Celsius. The met department has forecast light showers on Sunday.

Light rains, icy winds add to winter chill in Delhi

 A day after it witnessed a sunny day, Delhi on Wednesday reeled under a severe cold wave as icy winds along with light rains swept across the city dragging the maximum temperature down by 3.6 degrees to settle at 14.7 degrees Celsius.

Bone-chilling cold in Delhi, fog delays 52 trains

 Delhi residents experienced severe cold wave conditions today as icy winds swept the national capital and fog disrupted rail operations, delaying 52 trains.

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Mercury below 35 degree Celsius, but humidity on higher side

Temperatures remained at a comfortable level today in the national capital although humidity was on the higher side.

Hot, humid weather continue to haunt Delhiites

The national capital continued to reel under hot and humid conditions as the day temperature settled at 42.3 degree Celsius, seven notches above normal, while humidity levels hovered above 70 per cent.

Delhi sizzles as mercury crosses 40 degree mark

It was a sultry day in the national capital on Sunday with the mercury crossing the 40 degrees Celsius mark as the summer sun blazed in a cloudless sky.

Temperature rises in Delhi

Weather continued to be pleasant in the national capital although there was discomfort due to high humidity, and mercury rose a few notches to touch the 40 degrees-mark, a day after light rains lashed the city.

Heatwave grips north; Jaipur hottest in 33 years, season`s max in Delhi

North India reeled under severe heatwave conditions, with Jaipur experiencing the hottest day in June in 33 years at 46.3 degrees Celsius and the national capital recording the season`s highest temperature of 44.7 degrees.