As predicted by Skymet Weather, the maximum temperatures of Delhi and NCR after witnessing a significant drop in the last 48 hours, rose once again. However, they still remained under the 40-degree mark.
As per Skymet Weather, cool winds from the Western Himalayan region which have been affected by active Western Disturbances are blowing over the region. This Western Disturbance was responsible for giving some rains over the hills of North India. The upper reaches of the hills of North India also witnessed some snowfall activities which aided to this drop.
On Monday also, Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory recorded the daytime high at 36.8 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, Palam Observatory recorded the maximum temperature at 38 degrees Celsius. Both the temperatures are near normal at present.