Delhi records maximum temperature of 34.9 deg C; Monday precipitation likely

The maximum temperature in the nation’s capital on Sunday evening stood at 34.9 degrees Celsius, a notch below the average temperature, with a possibility of light rain on Monday, India’s Meteorological Department said.

It was a pleasant Sunday morning in Delhi with a minimum temperature of 27.5 degrees Celsius, he added.

The relative humidity fluctuated between 89% and 66%.

The meteorologist predicted generally cloudy skies with the possibility of very light rain with drizzle on Monday. Maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be 35 degrees and 27 degrees Celsius respectively.

On Saturday, the maximum temperature in the city stood at 35.1 degrees Celsius, a notch below normal, while the minimum temperature stood at 30.5 degrees Celsius, three notches above the normal.

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