Heatwave in Delhi: Relief Expected with Drizzle

Delhi residents, who have been facing sweltering heat, may soon get some relief. Due to Western Disturbance and moisture from the Arabian Sea, the temperature is expected to drop by more than two degrees in the next two days.

On Thursday, the situation of heatwave persisted in many parts of Delhi, with the maximum temperature reaching up to 49 degrees Celsius in three weather centers. Over the past ten days, residents have been struggling with the hot winds coming from Pakistan and the Thar Desert.

Thursday also saw people dealing with the scorching heat and dust storms. The Safdarjung observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 45.6 degrees and a minimum of 30.4 degrees Celsius.

Relief is expected with drizzle: The weather department estimates that in the next two days, the maximum temperature will drop by up to two degrees. On Thursday, the maximum temperature stayed above 49 degrees here, with Narela, Najafgarh, and Mungeshpur recording 49.2°, 49.0°, and 49.0° respectively.

Monsoon’s Arrival in Kerala: Relief from Heatwave

The South-west monsoon arrived on time in Kerala and the North-eastern states two days ago simultaneously. The weather department predicts heavy rainfall in the next 4-5 days in the North-east, which will prevent the outbreak of heatwave in North-western and Central India.

The temperature may drop further in the coming days. The maximum temperature on Friday could be 44 degrees Celsius, and on Saturday, it could be 43 degrees Celsius.

Light clouds are expected in the next two days, with occasional drizzles and dusty winds leading to drizzle in some areas.

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