The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast a rise in the maximum temperature in the national capital over the next six days. According to the weather agency, the mercury is likely to reach 35 degrees Celsius in the city within the next six days.Notably, the city on Wednesday recorded a rise in both maximum and minimum temperatures.
On Wednesday, Delhi recorded its maximum temperature at 31.1 degrees Celsius, which was the highest maximum temperature for the year and two degrees above the season’s average.
Meanwhile, the minimum temperature settled at 14.2 degrees Celsius in the national capital on Wednesday. On the other hand, the city had recorded its maximum temperature at 30.8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. In some parts of the national capital, including Pitampura, Najafgarh and Siri Fort Sports Complex, the mercury crossed 32 degrees Celsius.