New Delhi, Jun 13 (PTI) Delhi experienced one of its hottest days this summer with the minimum temperature rising to 34 degrees Celsius while dust-laden hot winds created a haze.

The maximum temperature was recorded at 41.2 degrees Celsius, two notches above the normal.

Humidity in the evening oscillated between 52 and 33 per cent, and no rainfall was recorded, according to a MeT Department official.

The weatherman has forecast strong dust-raising surface winds at a speed of 30-35 kmph, he said.

The maximum temperature recorded at other weather stations were — Palam (42.2 degrees Celsius), Ayanagar (42.2), Ridge (41.3) and Lodhi Road (40.8).

Yesterday, the maximum temperature was 41.7 degrees Celsius and the minimum settled at 30.5 degrees Celsius.

The maximum and minimum for tomorrow are likely to settle at 41 and 33 degrees Celsius.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.