Weather Update: Delhi may welcome rain amidst scorching heat, weather will change in these states

Publish Date: 03 May, 2022 |
 
Weather Update: From past few days India is experiencing a slight relief from the deadly heat waves amid the sudden change in the weather. Now the report suggests there is a chance of rain in many places, according to the Meteorological Department's forecast. The minimum temperature in Delhi on Monday was recorded at 27.4 degrees Celsius, three notches above normal, but was lower than the previous days.According to news agency PTI, the Meteorological Department has predicted partly cloudy sky for the day in Delhi with strong winds with dust and thunder. Read the report.

No heat waves in India for now says IMD

According to an IMD senior scientist, the maximum temperature is projected to hit 48 degrees Celsius. According to the India Meteorological Department, the heatwave phase is finished in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh, as well as most other parts of India. However, Delhi and its surrounding areas will continue to be hot for the next three days but, it will be less compared to other days.

Weather to change in these states

On the other side, dust storms or thundershowers are possible in places like Haryana, Chandigarh, and the national capital, which could provide some comfort to the people. On Monday, the temperature in Delhi was 40.8 degrees Celsius, however due to the easterly wind blowing in the capital, the temperature plummeted to 40.5 degrees Celsius on Sunday.


According to the Meteorological Department, due to another Western turbulence affecting North West India, the capital has recorded a drop of 3 to 4 degrees Celsius, and the same has been predicted for May 4 and 5 There is no possibility of any heat waves for 2 to 3 days, in Delhi till May 6 simultaneously the temperature won’t exceed the record mark.
 

 

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