Humidity levels oscillated between 58 and 88 per cent, making for sweaty conditions during the day.
According to the MeT department, the city received 3.4 mm rainfall between 8.30 AM and 5.3O PM on Tuesday.
2.5 mm of rainfall has been recorded in the national capital during the last 24 hours
The temperature on Friday morning registered at 24.6 degree Celsius, which was two notches below normal.
The day temperature rose marginally to 42.3 degrees Celsius, seven notches above normal.
According to the Met department, monsoon is likely to hit the city on July 14.
Friday, the maximum temperature had settled at 36.8 degrees. The minimum was 26 degrees Celsius.
The normal date for south-west monsoon’s arrival in Delhi was June 29.
Delhi is expected to witness partly cloudy sky throughout the day with rain and thundershowers.
Humidity was recorded at 70 per cent at 8:30 AM.
The minimum temperature on Tuesday was recorded at 28.5 degrees, one notch above normal.
The minimum temperature recorded was 29 degree Celsius which was 1 degree above the normal.
Northwest India is the worst hit receiving only 13.6 mm as compared to 28.7 mm.
The minimum temperature recorded this morning was 25.3 degree celsius, three notches below normal.
The national capital recorded 3 mm of rainfall till 8:30 am but no rainfall was registered during the day on Tuesday.