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The maximum temperature is likely to settle around 38 degrees Celsius
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Updated At: Apr 16, 2021 10:19 AM (IST)
Photo for representation only. — PTI

New Delhi, April 16
Overcast conditions and gusty winds are likely to bring the temperature down by a few notches in Delhi on Friday, the India Meteorological Department said.
The city recorded a minimum of 20.2 degrees Celsius in the morning. The maximum temperature is likely to settle around 38 degrees Celsius.
On Thursday, the capital had recorded a maximum of 40.5 degrees Celsius, the highest this season so far.
The minimum temperature had settled at 21.5 degrees Celsius, a notch above normal.
The temperature is predicted to remain below 40 degrees Celsius in the next five to six days, the IMD said. —PTI
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