DELHI: Several parts of the national capital received light to moderate intensity rain on Monday morning, bringing slight relief from scorching heat.According to the weather department, it may drizzle for the next two days keeping the maximum temperature below normal till Tuesday.“There is a remnant of cyclone Biparjoy as a depression over Rajasthan, which is feeding moisture to this area leading to very light activity. This sporadic activity may continue till Monday and its effect will decrease from Tuesday onwards,” said Kuldeep Srivastava, scientist, IMD.On Sunday, the maximum temperature was recorded at 38. 6 degrees Celsius, the season’s normal against 39. 2 degrees Celsius a day earlier. The minimum temperature was recorded at 28. 6 degrees Celsius.