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Delhiites sweat during hottest day of the season

The national Capital on Saturday recorded the season’s highest temperature with the mercury soaring up to 44 degrees Celsius, giving a tough time to the people. “The maximum temperature was recorded at 44 degrees Celsius, six notches above the normal while the minimum settled at 28.4 degrees Celsius, seven notches above normal for this time of the year,” a MeT official said. The humidity levels oscillated between 60 and 19 per cent. The readings for the maximum and minimum temperature at the Safdarjung observatory were recorded at 42 and 25 degrees Celsius, both four notches above normal. The weatherman has predicted a partly cloudy morning for Sunday with possibility of dust storm during the evening. However, there is no forecast for rainfall in the city. On Friday, the maximum and minimum temperatures settled at 42 degrees and 24 degrees Celsius respectively. 
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