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Delhiites to Wake Up to Sunny Mornings for a Bit Long in September

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Delhiites to Wake Up to Sunny Mornings for a Bit Long in September

September 04
11:59 2015

sunny dayNew Delhi, Friday, September 4 – More sun than clouds is adding to dampness in the environment these days. It will be a tad over 40 per cent today, giving no breather to Delhi people from sultry summers.

Noontime is likely to be hot and humid given that maximum temperature to vary between 36 and 38 degree Celsius, while the minimum temperature in the range of 25 and 27 degree Celsius in the remaining days of this week.

Opening eyes to sunny morning is what people want to get rid of at least for some time since more of sunshine turns the entire day extremely hot. Thanks to average speed of the wind that brings some comfort at the end of the day, people are able to deal with warm climatic conditions.

Gust is to blow at the rate of 18 km per hour on Friday. Its pace is to go up to 24 km per hour early next week. Those who look forward to any report about rains will be disappointed since showers are not on the cards. No improvement in weather is forecast for next couple of weeks. No wonder, if t-storms lash the city only by the end of September.

Artificial air generated by fans, coolers and air conditioners is helping people have some relief. But families with no inverters or power backup wait for electricity to come once it is gone. Rain could put a ceiling on rising mercury, however, since sky is clear and expected to be alike on most of the occasions, residents may see horrendous time.