Average maximum temperatures in Delhi for mid-century are expected to increase in the range of 0.6-2°C and 2.2-4.2°C depending on the time of year. Warming is likely to be greatest during the dry season. The annual pattern of warming is the same for the end of the century, but temperatures could increase by 4-6°C in the dry season.
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