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Tomorrow’s weather 19 June 2024: Possibility of rain in Delhi…. Mercury high in Rajasthan, how will the temperature be?


New Delhi: Fire is raining from the sky in entire North India including Delhi-NCR. Today’s furnace-like heat is scorching people. People are falling sick rapidly due to the heat. People are not even thinking of coming out of their houses during the afternoon. AC and coolers have all failed. Everyone is waiting for rain. Today the minimum temperature of Delhi was recorded at 33.8 degrees Celsius which is 6 degrees Celsius more than the normal temperature of this season. The weather department has predicted clear skies today and intense heat along with heatwave and strong winds.
According to the 7-day forecast of IMD, Delhi may get some relief from Wednesday i.e. 19th June. ‘Yellow Alert’ is likely to be issued for Delhi on Wednesday and Thursday, while ‘Green Alert’ may be issued on Friday and Saturday. According to the Meteorological Department, after Wednesday, a new western disturbance will move towards North-West India, due to which Delhi will also get relief.

Severe heat continues to wreak havoc in Rajasthan

Severe heat wave continues in most parts of Rajasthan. The weather department has issued a warning of heat wave in many areas for the next few days. According to the weather centre in Jaipur, light rainfall was recorded in eastern Rajasthan in the last 24 hours while the weather remained dry in western Rajasthan. During this time, heat wave blew in some parts of Bikaner and Jaipur divisions. During this time, the highest maximum temperature in the state was recorded at 46.2 degrees Celsius in Ganganagar and the highest rainfall of six millimetres was recorded in Baseri, Dholpur. According to the department, in the next 48 hours, the maximum temperature in Bikaner, Bharatpur, Jaipur divisions of the state is likely to be recorded at 44-47 degrees and heat wave is likely to occur in some parts. Strong winds are likely to blow at a speed of 30 to 40 kilometres per hour in some parts of the state.

From Ladakh to Jharkhand, severe heat in North-West India

From Ladakh to Jharkhand, a large part of northwest India is reeling under intense heat, with Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh recording a maximum temperature of 47.6 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperatures were well above normal at most places in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar. Dehradun in Uttarakhand recorded a maximum temperature of 43.1 degrees Celsius, 9.5 degrees above normal for the season, while Una in Himachal Pradesh recorded a maximum temperature of 44 degrees Celsius, 6.7 degrees above average. Katra in Jammu and Kashmir recorded a maximum temperature of 40.8 degrees Celsius, 5.7 degrees above normal, while the mercury in Jammu soared to 44.3 degrees Celsius. Daltonganj in Jharkhand recorded a maximum temperature of 46 degrees Celsius, 9.1 degrees above normal.

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