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Bright sunlight in Capital, though cool winds persist

Written by: Staff
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New Delhi, Mar 22 (UNI) After two days of clouds, the capital today witnessed a clear sky with the Sun shining clear and bright even as the high speed North Westerlies continued to bring relief to Delhiites from the scorching Summer heat.

The high-speed winds brought down the minimum temperature to 16.8 degrees C, from 17.4 degrees C yesterday.

And, with maximum temperature also remaining at yesterday's level of around 30 degrees C, the coolness in the air of the past two days persisted.

The weathermen have forecast more surface winds in the capital during the next 24 hours, indicating that the comfortable weather conditions will continue.

The minimum temperature tomorrow is expected to decrease to 16 degrees C while the maximum will remain at 31 degress c, they said.

There has been a turnaround in the weather in the capital since the first week of March, a development attributed to a series of Upper air cyclonic storms.

The capital has, since March 8, witnessed three spells of rainfall. On March 8, the capital experienced a sudden burst of hailstorms and rain. Then, Delhi was lashed by heavy rains on March 11.

Then , on the eve of Holi, light rains lashed Delhi sending the mercury plumetting to nearly 22 degrees Celsius.

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