NEW DELHI: Delhi has recorded nearly 70 mm of rainfall in January this year, as on Saturday, the highest in the month in the last 32 years, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
A senior IMD official said Delhi registered 69.8 mm of rainfall by 9.30 pm on Saturday.
It is the highest since January 1989 when the capital received 79.7 mm rainfall, he said.
According to the IMD, rain on Saturday brought down the maximum temperature to 14.7 degrees Celsius, seven notches below the average and also the lowest for the season so far.
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