It’s Raining! Drizzle gives Delhi a Break from Scorching Summer

Residents of Delhi finally got a break from scorching temperatures today, with light showers soaking parts of the national capital, which has been gasping under the stifling heat.

The drizzle provided much needed relief in parts of Delhi including Noida, Greater Kailash and R K Puram.

The minimum temperature in the city was at 30.5 degrees Celsius, three notches above the normal, with the Meteorological Department hinting at the possibility of thunderstorms or dust storms occurring in some areas.


With the sky set to remain partly cloudy for the rest of the day, the maximum temperature is expected to settle at 43 degrees Celsius, according to the MeT officials.

The maximum temperature recorded yesterday was 43.6 degrees, easing slightly from the record-breaking spree when it stayed above the 45-degree mark.

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