(PTI) The national capital awoke to a mostly cloudy sky on Saturday and recorded an average temperature of 26.8 degrees Celsius just one notch higher than the average for this season the India Meteorological Department (IMD) announcement said.
The highest temperature is anticipated to be 38 degrees Celsius according to the report.
According to the forecast the forecast is for clouds all day.
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The relative humidity as of 8.30 at a.m. was around 40 percent in the bulletin.
The index of air quality (AQI) in Delhi was measured in moderate (106) category just before 9 am, as data taken from System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) revealed.
A AQI that is between zero and 50 is considered to be good 50 and 100 acceptable 101 or 200 moderate 300 and 201 are poor 300 and 301 are very poor as well as 401, 500 extreme.