Rains in some places in the city on Wednesday brought the much needed respite to Delhiites from the sultry weather conditions even as most parts of the national capital reeled under hot and humid conditions.
"Palam area witnessed 1.4 mm rains. The maximum temperature was recorded at 33.7 degree Celsius, while the minimum was 26.9 deg C, which is normal for this time of the year. The humidity level hovered between 70 and 85 per cent," Met Department said.
The national capital had been witnessing sultry weather conditions for the past few days as rains continue to evade the city.
Met Department has predicted a generally cloudy sky tomorrow with possibility of rains or thundershowers in some parts of Delhi.
The maximum and minimum temperature is likely to remain at 34 and 27 degree Celsius respectively.