Weather Update: Weather condition in Delhi-NCR for the next 10 days, know IMD's forecast- Watch Video

Publish Date: 29 Mar, 2022 |

Weather Update Today: According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, since Tuesday morning, the sky is clear and sunshine. Also, the Meteorological Department has predicted clear skies not only in the remaining days of this month but also in the first week of April. It is also worth mentioning here that Delhi's all-time record in the month of March is 40.6 degrees Celsius which was recorded on 31 March 1945. This record may be broken in the next two days. The main reason behind this situation is the continuous clear sky, complete absence of western disturbances and not even a single rain.

After a partial decline of 24 days, the weather once again took a sharp turn on Monday. There was a significant rise in the temperature in the midst of the bright sunshine throughout the day. Monday was recorded as the hottest day of this season. Heatwave like conditions persisted at all these places. 

The Meteorological Department has issued a forecast of a strong heatwave at various places for two days. On Monday, Delhi's maximum temperature was recorded at 39.1 degrees Celsius, seven notches above normal, while the minimum was recorded at 22.2 degrees Celsius, four notches above normal. The humidity level in the air ranged from 16 to 70 per cent. The highest maximum temperature was recorded in Narela at 42.0 degrees while the lowest minimum temperature was recorded at Sports Complex at 22.7 degrees.

Maximum temperature in various regions of  Delhi

  • Palam 30.3

  • Lodhi Road 40

  • Ridge 40.1

  • Ayanagar 40.2

  • Jafarpur 39.7

  • Mungeshpur 39.4

  • Najafgarh 40.7

  • Narela 42.0

  • Pitampura 41.1

  • Sports Complex 41.5


AQI in Delhi-NCR

On Monday, the air of Delhi NCR was recorded in the poor to very poor category. According to the Air Quality Bulletin issued by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air index of Delhi stood at 251. In NCR, the air index of Faridabad was recorded at 304, that of Ghaziabad was 334, that of Greater Noida was 264, that of Gurugram was 232 and that of Noida was 238. The level of PM 2.5 in Delhi was recorded at 86 while the level of PM 101 was 248 micrograms per cubic metre. 

Light Showers in Northeast India

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that light to moderate rainfall is very likely to continue over Northeast India during the next 5 days. There is the possibility of isolated heavy falls over Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh on March 31 and April 1.



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