Second highest rainfall since 2007 in Delhi brings day-night temperature margin to record low: IMD

New Delhi, 9/10: The national capital received the second highest rainfall since 2007 in the last 24 hours till 8.30 am, according to the India Meteorological data on Sunday.



The city weathered near ceaseless rains – measuring 74mm till 8.30 am on Sunday – that brought the maximum temperature on Saturday down by 10 notches, closing in the day-night temperature gap to a record low.


Incessant rains for the second consecutive day in the national capital improved the air quality on Sunday to “satisfactory” level.

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