Rain lashed parts of the national capital on August 19. India Meteorological Department has predicted, 'generally cloudy sky with heavy rain' for Delhi today. Current temperature of Delhi is 28 degree Celsius.Watch: Rain lashes parts of Delhi, temperature dips to 28 degree Celsius
Last Sunday, many regions of Delhi-NCR saw rampant waterlogging and a number of fatalities following heavy rainfall. Widespread traffic jams had been reported even as the rains brought relief from high temperatures that made the city suffer for quite a few days.
The parts of national capital received rainfall which brought respite from heat. Udyog Bhawan and Rail Bhawan area received the shower. The current temperature of Delhi is 29° C. A bus got completely submerged in water at Minto road.Heavy rains lash Delhi-NCR, a bus completely submerged in water at Minto road
There will be a respite in temperature in Delhi-NCR in upcoming days, said IMD. Deputy Director-General, India Meteorological Department (IMD), Anand Sharma on June 16 stated that temperature in Delhi-NCR region and northwest India are above normal which will continue in the coming days. May be after 20th June, the temperature will fall, he added. “There may be respite around 20th June as we are expecting a low-pressure system to form in the Bay of Bengal which will strengthen the easterlies and that can bring rain,” Sharma further said.Respite in temperature in Delhi-NCR in next few days: IMD
It was a cloudy morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature settling a notch above the season's average at 16.4 degrees Celsius, the meteorological department said.
Dense fog across north India disrupted flight and train operations in the region, also impacting air and rail services elsewhere in the country.
Delhi continued to reel under a severe cold wave on Sunday morning with the minimum temperature settling at 3.4 degrees Celsius, a notch above Saturday's minimum temperature. Delhi had recorded season's coldest day on Saturday with minimum temperature dropping to 2.4 degrees Celsius. Dense fog enveloped the city reducing visibility to less than 500 metres.Delhi reels under intense cold waves at 3.4 degrees Celsius
Delhi had recorded season's coldest day on Saturday with minimum temperature dropping to 2.4 degrees Celsius. Dense fog enveloped the city reducing visibility to less than 500 metres. "The minimum temperature was recorded at 8.30 am at Safdarjang Observatory at 3.4 degrees Celsius, four notches below normal," a MeT official said.
Met officials said the mean maximum temperature (MMT) — the average of each day’s maximum — so far this month is 19.5 degrees Celsius. The month is on course to end with an MMT of around 19 degrees C. If that happens, it would be the second lowest MMT recorded in December since 1901, after 17.3 degrees C recorded in 1997.
Saturday's minimum, at 2.6 degrees, was four notches below normal and the maximum, at 20°C, a degree below normal.
Officials said,"the minimum temperature recorded at the other stations was -- Palam (10 degrees Celsius), Ayanagar (8.5), Lodhi Road (8.3) and Ridge (8.8)."
It was a very hot day in the national capital with the mercury soaring to 44.8 degrees Celsius in parts of the city.
The MeT department has warned earlier today that 26 districts of Uttar Pradesh is likely to witness the harsh change in weather.
Delhi is among four cities in the list which showed a decrease in mean annual temperatures from 1901 to 1970, before the trend got reversed.
Met office has predicted partly cloudy skies along with the possibility of a dust storm or thunderstorm towards evening and night.
The surface temperature in and around Yamuna is about half of what's recorded in built-up or open areas in summer.
As many as 223 people in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana succumbed to the blazing heatwave sweeping the country even as the blistering sun today continued to drive the mercury upwards with Delhi recording its hottest day of this season.
The months of April, May and June are likely to be hotter than usual in the northwest, central, western, and western and eastern peninsular regions, the weather office said in its seasonal outlook.
"The temperatures in the winter will be slightly above normal," said S Pai.
Maximum temperatures are very likely to be above normal by 2 to 4°C over northern parts of the country and near normal or below normal” over the rest of the country during March 15 to 21.
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According to IMD, Delhi, temperatures are rising in central, north-west, parts of east and peninsular India for the last few days.
“Heatwave conditions have abated from west and central India and plains of northwest India,” the Indian Meteorological Dept said.
Meteorologists have forecast a 1-2 degree drop in temperature and humidity increase by Monday-Tuesday, when moisture-laden South Easterly and Easterly winds are expected to start blowing over the region.
In Delhi, temperature has soared to 8 degrees Celsius from 1.9 degree Celsius a week ago. Temperature is also showing an upward trend in Punjab.
9 deaths were reported from around the city. At least 3 persons lost their lives after trees fell on their vehicles in southwest, central and north Delhi.