It was a relatively cool morning in the capital on Friday with the minimum temperature settling three notches below average at 24.8 degrees Celsius.
It was yet another hot day for the national capital on Wednesday with the minimum temperature settling at 27.8 degrees Celsius.
Heat wave in North showed no signs of ebbing and large swathes of the region bore the brunt of hot spell.
Heat wave conditions intensified on Friday in most parts of the country with temperatures hovering around 45 degrees Celsius, affecting normal life.
The national capital on Thursday experienced the hottest day this summer with the mercury touching the 45.7 degree Celsius mark.
It was another scorching day in the capital on Tuesday with the minimum temperature settling at 28 degrees Celsius.
A harsh summer sun troubled Delhiites on Wednesday as the mercury once again touched 42 degree Celsius.
As the Monsoon continues to elude large parts of the country, northwest India has been worst hit, receiving 63 percent less rainfall than normal.
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