Delhi records minimum temperature of 25.5 degrees C; expected light rain: IMD

Delhi residents woke up to cloudy skies as the minimum temperature on Saturday stood at 25.5 degrees Celsius, two notches below normal for this time of year, a Meteorological Department bulletin said. Indian (IMD).

The maximum temperature is expected to be 33 degrees Celsius, he said.

Mainly cloudy skies with light to moderate rain are expected during the day, the bulletin said.

The city has witnessed gridlock and traffic jams in many of its parts caused by brief periods of rain in recent days.

The relative humidity recorded at 8:30 a.m. was 96%, according to the IMD bulletin.

Delhi’s air quality index (AQI) was recorded in the “satisfactory” category (69) at around 09:00, according to data from the Air Quality and Weather Research and Forecasting System ( SAFAR).

An AQI between zero and 50 is considered good, 51 and 100 satisfactory, 101 and 200 moderate, 201 and 300 poor, 301 and 400 very poor, and 401 and 500 severe.

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