New DelhiThe sky remained clear in the national capital on Saturday morning and the minimum temperature was recorded at 28.2 degrees Celsius, which is one degree above normal this season. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast heavy rain at isolated places in the city on Sunday. The minimum temperature at the Safdarjung observatory was recorded at 28.2 degrees Celsius and the relative humidity was recorded at 75 per cent till 8.30 am, the department said.
Meteorologists have predicted partly cloudy sky and light rain or thundershowers in the evening. At the same time, the maximum temperature is likely to be around 37 degree Celsius. The city received its first monsoon rain on Tuesday. Monsoon normally arrives in the national capital by June 27 but this time it has come 16 days late. The city recorded a minimum temperature of 27 degrees Celsius on Friday while the maximum temperature was 37.8 degrees Celsius, which is three degrees Celsius above the normal temperature this season.
Meteorological Department gave this information
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that in the next six to seven days, heavy to very heavy rains are forecast in many areas of the country, including the northern region. The department said that heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected in the western Himalayan region and Uttar Pradesh from July 17 to 20. He said that from July 18 to 20, heavy rains are also expected in Punjab, Haryana, East Rajasthan and North Madhya Pradesh. Apart from this, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Delhi on 18 July.
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