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Rain unlikely in Delhi over next few days, temperature may to rise: IMD

Day temperature is expected to rise marginally in the national capital as rainfall is unlikely over the next few days, the weather department has predicted

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Indian Meteorological Department | Delhi | weather forecast

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Summer, summer heat

Day temperature is expected to rise marginally in the capital as is unlikely over the next few days, the weather department has predicted.

On Wednesday, will witness partly cloudy skies, but there will be no rain, it said, adding that the maximum temperature is expected to settle around 36 degrees Celsius.

The city has recorded just 20.9 mm against the normal of 58.3 mm -- a deficiency of 64 per cent -- in September so far.

Overall, it has recorded 576.5 mm precipitation against the normal of 582.1 mm since June 1, when the monsoon season starts.

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First Published: Wed, September 09 2020. 10:27 IST
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