May is infamous for its sweltering heat when the sun is at its most glorious. However, this year many areas, including Delhi-NCR, experienced cold weather even in May. On the one side, the plains are taking the brunt of the rain, and on the other, the mountains' snowfall has caused problems for people. A rain alert has also been issued in other states, including Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
On the other hand, a new western disturbance's effects begin today (Friday), according to information from the Meteorological Department. IMD has forecast mild drizzle for the 6th and 7th of May in light of this. It has been predicted that the temperature will fall on 7 May but then start to increase again on 8 May. The IMD predicts that the capital will have a high temperature of 34 degrees Celsius and a low temperature of 21 degrees Celsius through May 8.