The officials attributed the improvement to brisk winds and light rain that lashed parts of Gurugram and Delhi on Friday evening.
The ‘orange warning’ has been issued in some parts of Rajasthan (western and eastern), where Met predicted heat/severe heat wave with possibility of dust and thunderstorms.
In Gurugram, according to the latest update by RWFC, the heat wave will last for two days.On Sunday, the mercury touched 39 degrees Celsius in the city while minimum temperatures dropped to 21 degrees Celsius.
“The mercury is likely to rise this week.
“However, we do not expect any more rain in April, at least in the first week.
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