The heat has already begun to exhibit a severe attitude in the month of February, making it extremely difficult for individuals to venture outside during the day. According to the most recent report from the Indian Meteorological Department, the highest mercury in the nation's capital Delhi has consistently exceeded 30 degrees; on February 20, it had reached 33 degrees. Delhi hasn't experienced temperatures this high in February in the past 17 years. The day will be mostly bright, and the weather will be dry. The highest temperature in Delhi can reach 32 degrees or more, while the minimum temperature can be about 13.
For Uttar Pradesh, the minimum and maximum temperatures in the state's capital, Lucknow, are predicted to be 16 and 31 degrees Celsius, respectively. The sky will be clear aside from this. The next five days could have similar weather in this area. The minimum temperature in Ghaziabad, which is close to Delhi, can be measured at 15 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature can reach 29 degrees Celsius.
Skymet, a weather forecasting organization, predicts that there is a probability of rain in the mountains today, a chance of snow in Himachal, Uttarakhand, and Kashmir in the next 24 hours, and a risk of heat in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. The heat will rise as a result of these states' rising maximum temperatures. Lucknow will have a minimum temperature of 16 degrees Celsius and a maximum temperature of 31 degrees.