The month of March has been exceptionally wet for the national capital Delhi and adjoining NCR. Staggered wet spells at regular intervals have resulted record rainfall in this month. Nearly five times of rainfall against the normal of 15.9mm has been recorded at Safdarjung.
In the past 24 hours, Delhi has recorded 1 mm of rainfall. More showers are likely during the day. This weather activity will start finding clearance tomorrow onward. The remaining days of March will observe partly cloudy sky with a fair amount of sunshine in the next two days.
Day temperatures have dropped by 3-4 degrees during the last 24 hours. In the coming days till 31st March, the maximum temperature will stay between 28-30 degrees and the minimum will hover around 18 degrees or so.