Capital records 21 degree Celsius minimum temperature
New Delhi, Apr 25 (UNI) Continuing its upwards climb, the minimum temperature in the Capital today shot up to 21 degrees celsius, as the maximum temperature, rose to 39 degree celsius.
With the trend in rise in the mercury continuing, it seems that hot Summer climes are on a return to the Capital.
The rise in mercury could continue in the coming days with weathermen forecasting a clear sky over the next 24 hrs.
The weather office has predicted a further rise in mercury to 40 degrees Celsius tomorrow. They have also forecast a rise in minimum temperature to 22 degrees Celsius on Thursday and Friday.
The rising trend in mercury is due to the dissipation of the upper air cyclonic movement that had contributed to pleasant weather in Delhi in the second week of April.
The upper air cyclonic storm, originating from Rajasthan, had moved away from the Capital since April 21, setting off a series of dry winds over the Capital.
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