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Mercury Steadily Starts to Go Up in the National Capital

sunNew Delhi, Monday, March 23 – People of Delhi felt probably the first warmer day of the approaching summers on Sunday when bright sunshine, a bit hot climatic conditions and some considerable percentage of humidity forced them to turn fans on.

Temperature of the national capital has shown continuous rise and drop trend within a few days. Delhiites have been exposed to rains, hot and cold weather in a short span of time. Quick transition in climate compelled populace not to be careless at all towards their health. Negligence made many residents to seek medical assistance from doctors to cure seasonal diseases like runny nose, congestion in chest, sore throat and mild fever lasting up to 4 to 5 days.

Weathermen predicted hot conditions to stay for long in the metropolitan city. According to latest reports, mercury will go up from 33 degree Celsius to 37 degree Celsius in the current week. Maximum temperature on Monday will be 33 degree Celsius, while minimum 17 degree Celsius, which is supposed to rise few more notches up till Sunday.

Chances of witnessing partly cloudy sky from Wednesday to Friday also remains on the cards but that would only add to the dampness, which will vary in the range of 37 and 49 percent. Pace of the wind will increase from 8 km per hour to 18 km per hour. The more the speed of the gust, the more soothing will be situations in the surrounding at present. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that wind will put a ceiling on rising temperature to a certain extent. However, same would turn problematic and convert into heat waves when sky is clear and sun is all set to make inhabitants reel under severe hot climate.

Some feeble prospect of rainfall is foreseen by weather analysts early next week but that is likely to diminish after the week finishes on a hotter note. People residing in Delhi and nearby regions were seen eager to spend quality time at popular destinations of the city before hot weather starts to compel them stay indoors as long as possible.

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