Weather Update: Delhi may receive Rain today, Weather will change in these states- Watch Video

Publish Date: 06 May, 2022 |

Weather Update Today: Due to the activity of Western Disturbance, the period of rain is about to be over. Relief from the scorching heat for the last few days is also about to end. The weather will be clear again from Friday and people will have to face scorching heat. According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature will increase rapidly in Punjab and people will also have to face heatwave.

According to the latest forecast of the Indian Meteorological Department, the sky of Delhi-NCR may remain cloudy, but the heat will start increasing from Friday. With this, there will be relief from the heat, but the heat will increase. At the same time, next week on Monday, the whole of Delhi-NCR will start experiencing a heatwave with scorching heat.

According to the Meteorological Department, the sky will be clear from Saturday and the temperature will start rising. Due to this, the maximum temperature can reach 41 degrees Celsius on Saturday. However, there is a possibility of relief from heatwave for three days from Friday to Sunday. 

According to the Meteorological Department, the heatwave will prevail in Delhi from May 9 to 11. On May 11, the temperature can reach 44 degrees Celsius. Because of this, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert.


Heatwave may begin from May 9

This time the heat has knocked sooner than in other years. After this, there has been record-breaking heat in March and April. The entire month of April had a temperature of more than 40 degrees Celsius. The temperature has been decreasing by five to seven degrees Celsius for the last few days. That is, there is no strong sun and heatwave, but after two days i.e. from May 7, once again the outbreak of scorching heat will start. The overall maximum temperature will be recorded at or above 44 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature is expected to be between 29 and 30 degrees Celsius.

Due to rain on Wednesday a day earlier, the temperature in Delhi dropped by two degrees Celsius below normal on Thursday. Due to this, there was relief from heat. Before noon, the sky remained cloudy, but it did not rain anywhere. 

Delhi on Thursday recorded a maximum temperature of 37.0 degrees Celsius, which is two degrees Celsius below normal. The minimum temperature was recorded at 22.4 degrees Celsius, two notches below normal. Najafgarh recorded the highest maximum temperature of 38 degrees Celsius.


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