Delhiites woke up to almost-pleasant morning with the temperature remaining below normal in the city, a day after showers cooled the city. However, a rise in the humidity levels caused some discomfort to the people later in the day.
The MeT department has predicted that the sky will remain overcast for the next two days with possibility of rain or thundershowers accompanied by squall in some areas on Sunday and Monday.
The maximum temperature was recorded at 35 degrees celsius, while the minimum settled at 26 degrees, both two degrees below normal for this time of the season, the Met department said.
Following a total of 12.8 mm rainfall in the city over a period of 24 hours, humidity levels ranged between 51 and 84 %.
The maximum and minimum temperatures on Sunday are likely to be 35 and 26 degree Celsius and 37 and 27 degrees Celsius respectively on Monday.