New Delhi: Relief from the scorching heat is expected in the next few days. The Indian Meteorological Department has given this information.
IMD senior scientist RK Jenamani said that the heatwave that has been going on for the last two-three weeks in most parts of India including Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and UP is now over. The Western Disturbance is quite active. There will be no increase in temperature for the next 6-7 days. There is a yellow alert in Northwest India, there may be rain and thundershowers here. Rain is forecast in Delhi on May 3.
During the next three days, the maximum temperature over Northwest and East India is likely to decrease by 2-4 degree Celsius. Earlier, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had said on Sunday that there would not be much change in the temperature of central India. There is a forecast of no mercury in Delhi-NCR for the next 6 days. According to the Meteorological Department, a drop of 2 degrees can be seen in the maximum temperature of Delhi.
Heatwave is over in most parts of India including Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and UP. Western disturbance is quite active. Temp will not rise for next 6-7 days. Northwest India has yellow alert for thunderstorms. Delhi to receive rainfall on May 3rd: RK Jenamani, Senior Scientist, IMD pic.twitter.com/i9M6wtTuuk
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At the same time, Mahesh Palawat, Vice-President of private weather agency Skymet said, ‘There is a possibility of thunderstorms or light pre-monsoon rains for the next 3-4 days in Delhi and its adjoining areas. There is a possibility of dust storm in a day or two. The sky may remain cloudy on Tuesday. The easterly winds have knocked, which has brought some relief from the heat, there is a possibility of light rain on 5th May as well. During this, the wind speed can be around 40 to 50 kilometers per hour. The temperature in Northwest India is likely to remain below 40 degree Celsius for the next few days.
According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the first week of May will be a relief. JP Gupta, director of the Zonal Meteorological Center at Amausi, Lucknow, said that the weather in many districts of Uttar Pradesh has changed. There will be movement of clouds in the city on Tuesday and Wednesday. Strong winds will also blow in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan for the next 4 days. However, the humidity has increased due to the moisture in the air. Sweat is sticking to the body.
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