Delhi registered a maximum temperature of 35.7 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, five steps above the seasonal average. The minimum temperature was recorded at 18.6 degrees Celsius.
The humidity fluctuated between 25 and 83 percent.
The weatherman predicts clear skies for Thursday with maximum and minimum temperatures of around 36 degrees Celsius and 19 degrees Celsius, respectively.
On Tuesday, the city had registered a slight drop in maximum temperatures (34.6 degrees Celsius) due to strong winds during the day.
The national capital had recorded a maximum temperature of 38.3 degrees Celsius on Sunday, the highest so far this year.
Delhi has recorded a sharp rise in maximum temperatures in the past 10 to 12 days, with the mercury approaching 40 degrees Celsius in the sports complex station and Pitampura on Sunday.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said the maximum temperature will fluctuate between 35 degrees Celsius and 38 degrees Celsius in the next seven days.
According to IMD officials, the absence of rain in March led to such intense heat.
Normally, there would be an average of 15.9mm of rain in Delhi in March.
Last year, the city had recorded a high of 40.1 degrees Celsius on March 30, the highest temperature for the month in 13 years.
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