Delhi Weather Update: Signs of scorching heat have started coming once again in the national capital Delhi. The period of pleasant Weather is nearing its end. A rapid temperature rise has begun. The heat of May-June is starting to be felt in April. Last evening was going to make the people of Delhi feel hotter as compared to the previous days. On Saturday itself, the maximum temperature in many areas of Delhi reached above 35 degrees. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature is likely to reach 37 degrees Celsius in the next one to two days.
There is a possibility of severe heat this year
The Meteorological Department says that from April to June this year, the maximum temperature is expected to be above normal in most parts of the country except in some parts of south peninsular India and northwest India. During the next five days, due to the increase in the maximum temperature in many areas of the country, people will feel severe Weather. According to the Meteorological Department, this year there is a possibility of a severe heatwave in some areas of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Gujarat, Delhi, Punjab, and Haryana.
Be prepared to face the scorching Weather
A day earlier in Delhi, the average maximum temperature of Delhi was recorded at 34.1 degrees Celsius, which was one degree less than normal. The average minimum temperature was 14.1 degrees Celsius, six notches below normal. The effect of last week’s rain is still there in Delhi NCR in the morning. This is the reason why the effect of mild cold is still there in the morning.
The highest maximum temperature of 36 degrees Celsius was recorded in the Pitampura area of Delhi on Saturday. The minimum temperature here was recorded at 19.5 degrees. It was 35.7 and 18.3 degrees in Najafgarh. The ridge recorded 35 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was 13.5 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature is likely to be 35 degrees on Sunday. From April 11 to April 14, the temperature is likely to reach 37 degrees. There is a possibility of a rapid increase in temperature within one to two days.
Rain warnings in these areas
The Meteorological Department says that a trough is running from Kerala to Madhya Maharashtra across East Karnataka via Interior Karnataka while a low-pressure area is also seen over Northeast Bangladesh and neighboring areas. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain with thunder and strong winds in many areas of Maharashtra today.
The havoc of unseasonal rains in Maharashtra
Nagpur in Maharashtra has witnessed heavy destruction due to unseasonal rains. As many as 23 houses were damaged due to the overnight rains while one death was also reported. The heavy rains also killed many animals. Agriculture experts say that due to this unseasonal rain, crops have also suffered heavy losses. The complete details of the loss caused to the farmers are being collected. The farmers have demanded compensation from the government.