Mercury drops in Delhi

Delhiites today woke up to a cold morning after overnight rain and storm which led to a sharp drop in mercury, even as traffic snarls were observed in several areas, due to the accumulation of water.

Safdarjung observatory, recorded 10.2 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours, while areas under Palam, Lodhi Road, Ayanagar and singing observatories recorded 10.6 mm rainfall measurement , 8.5 mm, 5.6 mm and 6.2 mm, respectively.

The humidity was recorded at 74 percent at 8.30 am.



The Bureau of Meteorology has forecasted cloudy conditions, along with the possibility of rain during the day.

The skies will be partly cloudy. The rain and storm are likely to occur in some areas.

The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 30 degrees Celsius.

Yesterday, the maximum temperature was recorded at 40.9 degrees Celsius, while the minimum was set at 30.5 degrees Celsius.

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