The lowest temperature in Delhi on Tuesday, a day after the city was battered by severe rain, was 19.3 degrees Celsius, five degrees below average, according to the meteorological office.
The city is expected to see gusty gusts and thundershowers throughout the day, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). According to the IMD, 15 mm of rain fell in the national capital over the 24 hours that concluded at 8:30 am on Tuesday.
On Monday, Delhi had 14.8 mm of rain with a minimum temperature that was five degrees Celsius below average at 19.6.
The lowest temperature on Tuesday came in at 19.3 degrees Celsius. According to the IMD, the relative humidity was 87 percent.
The highest temperature on Monday was 26.1 degrees Celsius, which is 13 degrees below usual for this time of year.
The maximum temperature fell 10 degrees below average for this year's summer season, which typically sees the mercury surge over the month, making it the second lowest May day in 13 years.
Due to disturbances in the west, the rainy period is expected to continue for two more days, authorities stated on Monday. A mainly overcast sky with light rain, thundershowers, and strong gusts is what the weatherman has predicted.
The Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi had a rating of 73 on Tuesday, which is considered to be “satisfactory.”
An AQI of 0 to 50 is regarded as “good,” 51 to 100 as “satisfactory,” 101 to 200 as “moderate,” 201 to 300 as “poor,” 301 to 400 as “very poor,” and 401 to 500 as “severe.”