New Delhi, May 2 (UNI) A day after the Westerlies brought some relief to the residents of Delhi from the summer heat, it was back to scorching weather conditions in the capital, with the minimum temperature rising to 26.5 Degree C, three Degrees above normal.
The minimum temperature was the second highest recorded this season, the highest being 27.2 degrees C recorded on Sunday.
The maximum today was 41 degree C, two degrees above normal.
The overbearing heat left Delhiites perspiring, keeping most of them confined to their homes or offices.
Though the weathermen have forecast a partly cloudy sky in Delhi towards this evening, the weather in the coming days is expected to be predominantly sunny, with maximum temperature being recorded at 42 degrees C and the minimum temperature remaining at around 25 degrees C.
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