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Another pleasant day as Westerly winds bring more relief

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Apr 13 (UNI) For the fourth day in succession, cool winds today continued to provide relief from the scorching Summer heat in the capital as the mercury remained at 36 degree C, a level which it has been maintaining since monday.

The minimum temperature too was recorded at 17.8 degree C, just a slight rise from 17.6 degree C yesterday.

This is the fourth day in succession that cold winds, either the North Westerlies or Northerly or Westerlies, have provided relief to the Delhiites from the scorching heat of the last week of March and the first week of April.

Ever since a thundry squall, which began on sunday evening, plummeted the mercury from 40.4 degree C on sunday to 36 Degree C on monday, the cool winds have been bringing about a pleasantness in the weather.

Infact, the maximum was recorded at 35 degree C yesterday, the lowest level since the beginning of April.

The minimum dropped to 19.5 degree C On Tuesday, from a high of 23 degrees C on monday, which was four degrees above normal.

yesterday, there was a further drop to 17.6 degree C.

While, the thundry squall on sunday evening contributed to the pleasantness in the weather on Monday, a fresh wave of Northerly winds brought about a drop in mercury on tuesday and yesterday.

The relief from scorching heat today was largely due to high speed Westerlies.

The relief in the weather could continue in the coming days too with the meteorological department forecasting the Westerlies to prevail for a day or two. The weathermen have predicted a maximum temperature of 36 degree C tomorrow.

The BBC too has forecast that the cool winds would prevail in the capital over the next few days. Infact, they have forecasted the maximum temperature to drop to 33 egree C next monday.


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