Humid conditions prevailed in the national Capital on Tuesday even as the minimum temperature settled at 28.6 degrees Celsius, one notch above normal.
Delhi experienced a cloudy, humid Thursday while the maximum temperature settled a notch above average at 36.2 degrees Celsius.
Light rains in many parts of the metropolis on Monday brought the much needed respite to Delhiites from the hot and humid conditions.
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Delhiites experienced a hot and humid day with the mercury rising above normal and the weatherman has predicted little relief for on Thursday.
It was a sultry day for
Delhiites as high humidity coupled with above-normal mercury
levels stole the charm of a holiday, prompting many to stay
indoors during daytime.
High humidity levels made life difficult for Delhiites on Monday even as the mercury remained below 40 degrees Celsius.
After heavy rains for a week, the
national capital was on Thursday back to a sunny and humid day
without waterlogging and massive traffic jams which were a
regular feature during the past few days.
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