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Temperatures are expected to drop by two to four degrees Celsius from tomorrow onwards, thereby decreasing the intensity of the heat-wave across India, as per the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
"The sky will be partly cloudy with southeasterly winds prevailing across Delhi-NCR from evening, Singh added.
Heat waves typically set in across India between April and June, before the refreshing monsoon rains arrive.
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