Sunny days ahead for the Capital

Delhiites witnessed another warm day that began with a slightly misty and shallow foggy morning. The maximum temperature was recorded at 23.4 degrees Celsius, two degrees above average on Monday.
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Updated on Jan 24, 2011 11:17 AM IST
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IANS | By, New Delhi

Delhiites witnessed another warm day that began with a slightly misty and shallow foggy morning. The maximum temperature was recorded at 23.4 degrees Celsius, two degrees above average on Monday.

The capital will have more warm days in the coming week, the weather office forecast.

The minimum temperature was 7.4 degrees Celsius, up by one degree.

"The mornings ahead are likely to be misty," an India Meteorological Department (IMD) official said.

The sky is likely to remain partly cloudy with bright sunshine throughout the day.

In the coming week, the maximum temperature will hover around 23.4 degrees and minimum around 8 degrees Celsius, the official added.

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