The maximum temperature has been increasing in Delhi for a day or two. The temperature is rising in the mountains due to the effect of a weak Western Disturbance. Now from next week, due to the reduction of the effect of this disturbance, the weather will take a U-turn and the minimum temperature will drop rapidly. This will increase the cold. The temperature is likely to reach six degrees whereas the minimum temperature is currently above 8 degrees.
Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 27.6 degrees Celsius on Saturday and a minimum temperature of 8.3 degrees Celsius, one notch below normal. Due to increase in maximum temperature, there was a feeling of mild heat even after strong winds during the day. At the same time, the minimum temperature was recorded above 8.6 degrees at many meteorological centers in Delhi. The minimum temperature was recorded 13.5 degrees Celsius in Pitampura and 13.4 degrees Celsius in Sports Complex. At the same time, the fog in the morning also troubled the people.
The effect of the passing of 'Mandus' storm from the coastal areas of Tamil Nadu has also been seen in Karnataka's capital Bengaluru and surrounding districts. Light to moderate rain and cloudy sky have been predicted in these areas till Sunday. Light to moderate rains have been lashing Bengaluru city since Saturday morning.