Light showers cool Delhi, but hot weather to be back

Temperature to remain in 40s during the week, but some respite expected from high humidity levels

GN Bureau | May 23, 2016


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 Delhiites breathed a sigh of relief as light rainfall drenched the national capital region in the late afternoon on Monday.

The mercury settled at 42 degrees Celsius in early afternoon. 
 
“Precipitation is likely today and tomorrow which will reduce temperature in evenings. Day-after-tomorrow onwards, days will be sunny and windy and the temperature will rise again. The temperature has been in the range of 40-44 degrees for Palam past couple of days. In any case the temperature is expected to remain in 40s throughout the week,” says a Skymet official. 
 
A fresh Western Disturbance is likely to affect the hills of North India soon. Also, along with it, an induced cyclonic circulation is expected to form over north Haryana adjoining Rajasthan. 
 
The skies will be cloudy. Humidity levels are expected to fall later in the week.
 
According to Skymet weather forecast for the week, temperature may rise as high as 46 degrees on Friday and Saturday.
 

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