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As a landlocked state, summer in Delhi can be extremely harsh. Temperatures rise as high as 45 degrees celsius during the day, with the sun beating down all day and a hot, dry wind (loo) continuously blowing. Even nights remain warm between May and June, with temperatures ranging from 30-35 degrees celsius.
In July, with the occasional showers before the monsoons, the weather starts to cool down, until the rains finally hit towards mid July.