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After a respite, Delhi to get hotter again
New Delhi, Apr 25 (IANS):
Published on 25 Apr. 2010 11:05 PM IST
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Delhi Sunday recorded a maximum temperature of 39.7 degrees Celsius, two notches above average. However, hotter days are set to return with Monday’s temperature forecast to touch the 41 degree mark.
“The maximum today (Sunday) was 39.7 degrees Celsius, two degrees above average. Monday could be hotter as we are expecting that the maximum and minimum will both rise. The maximum would be around 41 degrees Celsius,” an official at the India Meteorological Department said.
While the minimum temperature Sunday was three degrees above average at 24.7 degrees Celsius, the IMD expects this figure to hover around 26 degrees Celsius Monday.
The IMD said that the sky would be clear in the morning but may get cloudy in the evening although no rain is expected. “The temperature rose to 44 degrees Celsius last week. Comparatively it was not that harsh this week since there was mild precipitation earlier on. There will be mainly clear skies and no rains over the next two days,” the IMD said.

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