After enjoying some pleasant weather for a day or two, Delhi is again gearing up for scorching hot sun anytime now. Temperatures are set to go up in the next few days while the chances of rain look pretty grim. Rains are not likely until the next week.
The sky remained mostly clear on Wednesday and the day temperatures were recorded close to 36.8°C. Not just Delhi, but the whole NCR region including that of Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad are witnessing these peaking temperatures.
Before this, isolated rains and windy conditions had kept a check on temperatures which were recorded 4 degrees below the normal at 24.2°C.
The sky is likely to remain partly cloudy today. The maximum and minimum are likely to hover around 39 and 25 degrees Celsius respectively.
According to weathermen at Skymet, dry northwesterly winds would cause temperatures to soar in the city over the next three-four days. The mercury is even likely to cross the 40-degree mark.
Relief is not likely until some rain activity which might occur on June 25 due as a fresh Western Disturbance which is approaching the hills. This will induce a Cyclonic Circulation over Haryana and neighboring areas, which might induce some rains over the city in the next week.
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