New Delhi: Delhi is likely to witness moderate to heavy rainfall on Wednesday as per India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The weather agency also issued a yellow warning for the city on Wednesday.
In its early bulletin, IMD predicted that the sky will remain a generally cloudy sky with modern and heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.
As per the weather agency, the sky will remain generally cloudy with modern rain in the next four days( July 21 to July 24).
Delhi might be witnessed rain and thunderstorm on 25 and 26 July, IMD indicates.
“The maximum temperature in the city is likely to be 33 degrees Celsius whereas the minimum temperature was recorded as 28 degrees Celsius,” as per IMD.
The relative humidity was recorded at 84 percent at 8:30 am, as per IMD.
Meanwhile, Delhi Traffic Police cautioned commuters about traffic snarls due to waterlogging. “Traffic is affected in the carriageway from Mahipalpur towards Gurugram under NH-48 flyover due to waterlogging. Kindly avoid the stretch,” it said in a tweet.
The mercury on Monday morning rose by a few notches as the minimum temperature in Delhi settled at 29.2 degrees Celsius.