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Mercury levels rise in Delhi, maximum temp at 30.8 deg C

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

The mercury levels shot upto five notches above normal in the national capital even as humidity levels remained on the lower side.

"The maximum temperature was recorded at 30.8 degrees Celsius while the minimum settled at 16.7 degrees Celsius, both five notches above normal," a official said.



Humidity levels osscilated between 48 and 24 per cent.

The weatherman has predicted a clear day tomorrow with possibility of mercury settling around 31 degrees Celsius.

Yesterday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 14.6 degrees Celsius while the maximum settled at 29.4 degrees Celsius, both three notches above normal.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mercury levels rise in Delhi, maximum temp at 30.8 deg C

The mercury levels shot upto five notches above normal in the national capital even as humidity levels remained on the lower side. "The maximum temperature was recorded at 30.8 degrees Celsius while the minimum settled at 16.7 degrees Celsius, both five notches above normal," a MeT official said. Humidity levels osscilated between 48 and 24 per cent. The weatherman has predicted a clear day tomorrow with possibility of mercury settling around 31 degrees Celsius. Yesterday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 14.6 degrees Celsius while the maximum settled at 29.4 degrees Celsius, both three notches above normal. The mercury levels shot upto five notches above normal in the national capital even as humidity levels remained on the lower side.

"The maximum temperature was recorded at 30.8 degrees Celsius while the minimum settled at 16.7 degrees Celsius, both five notches above normal," a official said.

Humidity levels osscilated between 48 and 24 per cent.

The weatherman has predicted a clear day tomorrow with possibility of mercury settling around 31 degrees Celsius.

Yesterday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 14.6 degrees Celsius while the maximum settled at 29.4 degrees Celsius, both three notches above normal.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mercury levels rise in Delhi, maximum temp at 30.8 deg C

The mercury levels shot upto five notches above normal in the national capital even as humidity levels remained on the lower side.

"The maximum temperature was recorded at 30.8 degrees Celsius while the minimum settled at 16.7 degrees Celsius, both five notches above normal," a official said.

Humidity levels osscilated between 48 and 24 per cent.

The weatherman has predicted a clear day tomorrow with possibility of mercury settling around 31 degrees Celsius.

Yesterday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 14.6 degrees Celsius while the maximum settled at 29.4 degrees Celsius, both three notches above normal.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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