New Delhi: Dry weather conditions are likely to be seen in the next four-five days in Delhi, Indian Meteorological Department officials said.
As per the officials, a partly cloudy sky and strong surface winds of up to 30 kmph are likely to be witnessed in Delhi on Wednesday.
Delhi saw a hot and humid day on Tuesday. The maximum temperature was recorded two notches above normal at 35.3 degrees Celsius. Minimum temperature was 25.1 degrees Celsius.
The officials said that hot conditions were seen on Tuesday due to clear skies, bright sun and high humidity level.
According to the officials, Delhi is seeing humid weather because of rainfall in neighbouring areas like south of Gurugram and western Uttar Pradesh.
Moreover, the clear sky and bright sunshine caused heat in the national capital.