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For the first time in six days, the maximum temperature dropped below 40 degrees Celsius in Delhi on Tuesday.
Safdarjung weather station recorded the temperature at 39.5 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. With a partly cloudy sky, it is likely to remain the same on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the minimum temperature was recorded at 22.5 degrees Celsius. It is expected to be around 21 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the maximum temperatures will start rising slightly to 40 degrees Celsius by Friday.
The IMD further said that a western disturbance is expected across the northern plains from April 18 to 20, but will only bring clouds over Delhi.
At 259, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi stood in the poor category at 8 am on Wednesday.
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