Digital Desk, New Delhi. After continuous rain for more than two days, the morning of Delhi-NCR was foggy on Monday. The India Meteorological Department has forecast the maximum and minimum temperatures to be 17 and 9 degrees Celsius, respectively.
While the Safdarjung observatory recorded a minimum temperature of 9.6 degrees, three notches above normal, both Palam and Lodhi Gardens recorded 9.4 degrees Celsius. The relative humidity was recorded at 95 per cent at 8.30 am. Meanwhile, Delhi received a total of 15 mm of rain in the last 24 hours.
Incessant rains in the national capital since Friday night broke the record for the highest rainfall in January. As predicted by the IMD earlier, it was a Western Disturbance that brought heavy rainfall not only over Delhi-NCR but across North-West India.
As per its weekly forecast, Delhi will have clear sky with fog. The maximum and minimum temperatures for this entire week will be around 20 and 8 degree Celsius respectively.
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