Weather Update Today: The people of North India, including Delhi-NCR are facing scorching heat and waiting for the arrival of the monsoon. The Meteorological Department has issued a fresh update regarding the arrival of the monsoon. There is also a possibility of light rain with strong winds of speed 30 to 40 kmph in Delhi today. The forecast of the Meteorological Department, from Wednesday to June 20, there will be more or less rain every day. Yellow alert has also been issued for all the days. During this, the maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be 35 and 26 degrees Celsius respectively.
Due to pre-monsoon rains, North India including Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh is going to have a long period of rains till June 20, this will not only change the weather pattern but will also reduce the heat along with the lowering of the temperature.
At the same time, according to Skymet Weather, the Western Disturbance and its induced cyclonic circulation will move across the region between June 15 and 20. Rain activity can also be expected on 14th June. The spread and intensity will increase from June 15. It is expected to peak on 18th and 19th June 2020. The remnants of the system for scattered weather activity will continue on 20th and 21st.
North India will see week-long pre-monsoon weather activity over most of Punjab, Haryana, North and East Rajasthan, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh. Winds will blow with thunderstorms and heavy rain. The intense weather activity will be supported by local heat between June 18 and 20. Strong thunderstorms and strong lightning will affect flight operations during the activity. Trees can fall due to strong winds. Road and air traffic will be affected for a short period. Transmission line disruptions and power outages can also occur.
During this period, the heatwave conditions will be less over the national capital, northern parts and foothills of Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh. The north and east parts of Rajasthan will also get relief from the scorching heat and there will be a sharp drop in the day temperature. Prolonged wet weather for the national capital will also mark the start of the eagerly awaited monsoon.
Let us inform that some parts of North India including Delhi NCR have been experiencing heat wave for the last few days. The mercury crossed the 44-45 degree Celsius mark at some places like Ganganagar, Pilani, Hisar, Narnaul, Alwar and Delhi (Palam, Mungeshpur, Najafgarh, Ridge, Pitampura). The highest temperature in the entire region was recorded at 46.4 degree Celsius in Najafgarh.