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Delhi recorded its highest minimum temperature of the season at 33 degrees on Monday, the weather office said. Many residents of the city were not too happy with the gradual rise in temperature, with many complaining that the national capital’s spring season is short-lived.
Tuesday also remained warm with the minimum temperature in the morning settling at 18.9 degrees. With clear skies, the maximum temperature is likely to be higher than Monday’s and could hover around 34 degrees.
Mumbai too is seeing rising temperatures, with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) warning of heatwave-like conditions in parts of Mumbai, neighbouring Thane and Raigad.
Residents of Delhi and the financial capital took to Twitter to rant about the weather.
Abhishek Asthana, co-founder of pseudonymous social network Zorro, tweeted, “Bombay weather in Delhi.”
And Delhi weather in Mumbai….almost 40degree already…

Delhi weather in Bombay! 40 C

Delhi’s temperature is inspired by Crypto movements.
50% increase in a single day!

“The next three months are going to be literal hell. If Mumbai is so bad I shudder to think of the road ahead for Delhiites,” Twitter user Aditi said.
To this, Delhi resident Debeshi Gooptu replied, “Peculiar weather in Delhi. I put the fan on and then I feel cold.”
Peculiar weather in Delhi. I put the fan on and then I feel cold.

A good day to remember the tree and the shadow. The only place on the beach today where one can manage to sit. #Mumbai #Mumbaiweather pic.twitter.com/lCEPBXJCHo

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