Hot day in Delhi, mercury touches 40 degrees C in some parts of city

NEW DELHI: It was a sizzling day right here with the mercury touching the 40 levels mark in some portions of the national capital.

The Safdarjung observatory -- the recording of which is thought of as authentic for town -- registered a maximum temperature of 38.6 levels Celsius, two notches above the standard, said a meteorological department authentic.

The Palam observatory registered a prime of 40 levels Celsius and the Lodhi Road observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 38 levels Celsius, the authentic said.

The minimal temperature was pegged at 20 levels Celsius, normal for this time of the 12 months.


The humidity stage was between 75 and 18 per cent.


The weatherman has predicted overcast prerequisites and light rain and thunder storm for the next day to come.


"The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to hover at 40 and 22 degrees Celsius tomorrow," the authentic said.


On Saturday, the utmost and minimal temperatures settled at 36.7 and 18.2 levels respectively.
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