Delhi weather this time has been a great one both in terms of rains as well as temperatures. The national capital has seen one of the best Septembers as far as rains, temperatures as well as comfort levels are concerned in the last ten years.
Moreover, the city has recorded the second highest rainiest September in a decade with the highest being in 2011. So far, Delhi has been able to record a whopping 226 mm of rains against 129.8 mm in September alone, which is almost 100 mm more than its average monthly rains.
In fact, as per the records the minimum has not gone below the 21-degree mark during the last decade. This year, weather conditions have remained on the pleasant side for the past four days. Even this morning, minimum temperature was recorded at 22 degrees Celsius.
Maximum temperatures also witness an increase in September and settle in the mid-30s. However, this time, during the last few days, temperatures have been settling at least six to seven degrees below the normal levels. A day before also, the maximum settled at 27 degrees Celsius.
Now, rains have finally bid Delhi and the NCR region adieu. Rest of the month is expected to remain hot with maximums witnessing an increase. In fact, temperatures have already seen about six degrees more than yesterday. Rise in minimums have also been observed.
The only saving grace here will be the northwesterly winds which will not be as humid in nature. Meanwhile, afternoons will remain hot and nights will remain reasonably comfortable.
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