photoThe day temperature in Delhi will come down to the early thirties after scaling up to 36 degree on Tuesday. Temperatures in the central peninsular parts will continue to remain in late thirties. Morning temperatures will fall a bit in almost the entire country, as northwesterly winds would prevail during the next couple of days. Rain is expected at one or two places in Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Andhra Pradesh. Showers are also expected in the northeastern states during the next 48 hours.

Delhi will experience a pleasant climate during the next couple of days as the recent maximum rise to 36 degrees will fall to around 31 degrees. Night temperatures will also fall a bit in Delhi during this period making morning hours cool. Afternoons may be warm.

Chances of rain in Delhi have decreased. So dry weather will continue till next week. Day temperatures will rise gradually till the weekend.

The sky will remain mainly clear in the days to come.

Day temperature, in the late thirties, in the central peninsular region will remain stable but night temperatures could fall a bit due to northwesterly winds in the next two days.

Some parts of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and north Karnataka are hot and uncomfortable. Temperatures will continue to be recorded at around 40 degrees. Marathwada and Vidarbha in the region are facing one of the worst droughts in last four decades.

Vidarbha could receive light rain along with some parts of Andhra Pradesh including the capital Hyderabad during the next 24 hours. A trough (a region of intensified moist winds) of low pressure area from Rajasthan to south Tamil Nadu across west Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka persists in these areas.

Rain is expected in Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orissa as a trough of low pressure area runs from Assam to Orissa across Gangetic West Bengal. Rain could be experienced at one or two places here.

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