The capital Delhi received 6 mm of rainfall in the past 24 hours. The maximum temperature in the city was 33.9 degrees celsius and the minimum was 27.2 degrees celsius, the Met office said.
Five persons were killed in Uttar Pradesh after lightning struck them in Bhadoi and Barabanki districts, police said.
According to the Met office, light to moderate rain or thundershowers occurred at a few places over the state.
Rainfall was recorded in Gyanpur, Musafirkhana, Jaunpur, Mathura, Ayodhya, Hardoi, Faizabad, Aonla, Jasrana, Jalesar, Shahabad, Varanasi and Barabanki.
Monsoon showers lashed most parts of Punjab and Haryana yesterday.
Patiala in Punjab with 74 mm of rainfall was the wettest place in the two states. The maximum temperature in Patiala was recorded at 33.8 degrees Celsius, down by two notches.
Ludhiana also received light showers and the maximum settled at 32.3 degrees Celsius, three degrees below normal, the MeT said here.
However, Amritsar continued to remain hot at 39.8 degrees Celsius, up by five notches, despite receiving 6 mm of rain.
Chandigarh was lashed by 14.7 mm rain and the maximum settled at 34.3 degrees Celsius.