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Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024

Delhi Temperature Today: Delhiites are scorching due to severe heat, everyone’s eyes are on the clouds, when will it rain?


New Delhi: These days, there is a period of severe heat in the entire North India including Delhi-NCR. For the second time this month, the temperature of Delhi has crossed 45 degrees. Apart from Delhi, many areas of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand are also experiencing severe heat at this time. This heat is now becoming unbearable for the people. For the last three days, heat wave is wreaking havoc day and night in Delhi. Even AC is not able to cool the houses in this heat. On Monday, the maximum temperature of the capital was 45.2 degrees. This is 6 degrees more than normal. At the same time, the minimum temperature was 33 degrees. This is five degrees more than normal. According to the forecast, the sky will be clear on Tuesday. Severe heat wave will blow in most places. Heat wave conditions will persist at night. Hot strong winds will blow. Their speed can be 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. The maximum temperature can rise to 45 and the minimum temperature can rise to 34 degrees. After this, there will be drizzle on 19 and 20 June. There is also a possibility of storm. Strong winds will blow. Their speed can be from 30 to 45 kilometers per hour. The maximum temperature can be 43 to 42 degrees and the minimum temperature can be 33 degrees. There can be partial clouds between 21 and 23 June. Strong winds will blow. They will blow at a speed of 25 to 35 kilometers per hour. The maximum temperature can be 43 to 44 degrees and the minimum temperature can be 32 to 33 degrees.

When will it rain?

According to the IMD’s seven-day forecast, the national capital will get some relief from Wednesday. Delhi is expected to be on a ‘yellow’ alert on Wednesday and Thursday, while it will be put on a ‘green’ alert on Friday and Saturday. According to the Meteorological Department, after Wednesday, a new western disturbance will move towards northwest India, which will also affect the national capital and bring relief.

Why is it so hot?

At this time, dry western winds are blowing during the day. The sky is clear. In such a situation, the sun is very strong. Due to this, the ground surface is getting very hot. At the same time, light clouds are covering the high level at night. Due to this, the heat of the day is not able to go up at night. An IMD official said that usually during such spells, the sky is clear in the morning and night. Due to this, the earth cools down quickly at night and the minimum temperature can remain between 28 to 29 degrees. But since last Thursday, light clouds cover the capital at night. Due to this, the minimum temperature is also getting hot.

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