New Delhi, Jun 14 (UNI) A day after moderate rains cooled Delhi, high humidity levels brought back perspiring conditions in the Capital city, leading to a rise in mercury to 35.2 degrees Celsius.
Though, Delhiites woke up to another cloudy morning, the sun reappeared in the sky as the day progressed. The sunlight, coupled with a sharp rise in humidity to 93 per cent, caused perspiring conditions in the city.
The maximum temperature rose, from 33 Degree Celsius yesterday, to 35.2 Degrees.
The coming days could witness cool conditions in the city with weathermen forecasting increase in rainfall activity in the next two to three days.
''Rain/thundershowers are likely at a few places over Northwest India during the next 24 hours and increase thereafter,'' the weather office said.
Earlier in the morning, clouds, coupled with Northwesterly winds brought down the minimum temperature, from 29 Degrees yesterday, to 25.2 Degrees, four degrees below normal.
The Met office has forecast a partly cloudy sky in Delhi during the next 24 hours with one or two spells of rain and thundershowers.
Infact, weathermen say conditions are favourable for advancement of monsoon in Delhi and other parts of Northwest India during the next two to three days.
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