Weather Update Today: Slight relief for the people of Delhi-NCR, facing severe heatwave for the last four days consecutively. From Monday morning, the weather will take a turn. The sky of Delhi-NCR has been partly or moderately cloudy since morning.
According to IMD, there may be thunderstorms with strong winds in Delhi on Monday. This will give some relief to the people of Delhi-NCR from the heat.
Meteorologists said that a cyclonic circulation over Punjab and Haryana would induce pre-monsoon activity, which would bring some respite from the scorching heat on Monday and Tuesday.
The national capital will see a partly cloudy sky on Monday. There is a possibility of a strong dust storm. The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be 41 and 28 degrees Celsius respectively on Monday.
According to Mahesh Palawan, Senior Scientist at Skymet Weather, a private weather organization, the pre-monsoon activities will start with cyclonic winds over Punjab and Haryana. Due to this, the people of Delhi-NCR will get some relief from the scorching heat on Monday and Tuesday.
After this, the sky will be clear on Wednesday and Thursday, but the strong sun and heat will make the people of the capital sweat. The yellow alert is in place for Friday. Heat will prevail in different places. Due to this, the maximum temperature can also drop by up to four degrees.
At the same time, the scorching heat in the midst of the scorching sun on Sunday troubled the people fiercely. The heatwave that lasted during the day forced the people of Delhi-NCR to hide in their homes. At the same time, according to the Indian Meteorological Department, Mangeshpur area of Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 49.2 degrees Celsius on Sunday and 49.1 in the Najafgarh area, which is a record for the last several years in the month of May. By the way, the maximum temperature in Delhi in the month of June is so high. With this, maximum temperature of 45 degree Celsius was recorded in most areas of Delhi on Sunday.
Let us inform you here that there was strong sunlight and heat in Delhi-NCR since Sunday morning. Its effect was seen throughout the day as well as in the evening. Very few people were seen on the roads of Delhi-NCR as compared to other days due to strong sunlight and heatwave.
At the same time, there is a possibility of a decrease in the maximum temperature due to the storm on Monday. Relief from heat will not only be available to the people of Delhi, but also to the people of NCR cities.
Today's maximum temperatures more than 45 Degree C (data from manual surface observatories). For more data, please visit respective state/regional meteorological webpages/social media pages.@ndmaindia @moesgoi @DDNewslive pic.twitter.com/cRe2eJjzUb— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) May 15, 2022