Delhi weather stayed wet and spread more misery for the second consecutive day. It was another rainy day with intermittent showers and an overcast sky on Wednesday, with the capital receiving 1 mm of rainfall between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm.
The minimum temperature was recorded four notches above normal at 12 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature was recorded at 17.8 degree Celsius, three notches below normal. Humidity levels varied between 93 and 100 per cent.
The Met department has predicted partly cloudy sky with few spells of rain leading to shallow fog in the national capital on Thursday. According to a statement issued by Met department, Delhi-NCR region will continue to experience light rain or thundershowers till Thursday morning due to the interaction between a western disturbance and the easterly wave and the consequent moisture incursion over the region.
“During this period, minimum temperature would be about 2 degrees above normal. Moderate to dense fog may be expected in morning hours after the passage of the system,” the Met department said.