New Delhi is set to experience a significant rise in temperature in the coming days, according to recent forecasts from the meteorological department. The capital, already witnessing temperatures above the seasonal average, is expected to see the mercury cross the 35-degree Celsius mark within the next two days.

Here’s What You Need to Know:

Current Climate Conditions:

  • On Tuesday, the maximum temperature in the capital soared to three degrees above the normal, recording a high of 34.6 degrees Celsius at the Safdarjung weather station. This has been the highest maximum temperature recorded this year to date, surpassing the previous high of 34.1 degrees Celsius on March 24th.


  • Various weather centers across Delhi, including Pitampura, Najafgarh, Ayanagar, and Ridge, reported maximum temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius.


Upcoming Weather Patterns:

  • The meteorological department anticipates that the warming trend will continue, with Wednesday’s maximum temperature likely reaching 35 degrees Celsius and the minimum at around 18 degrees Celsius. By Thursday, the maximum temperature could climb even further to 36 degrees Celsius.


  • Additionally, a western disturbance is expected to affect Delhi’s weather by Thursday evening, potentially bringing light drizzle to the city and its surrounding areas. The anticipated precipitation, accompanied by strong winds, may lead to a slight drop in temperature.


Impact on Daily Life:

  • The rise in nighttime temperatures, recorded at 17.7 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, along with a humidity level ranging from 26 to 90 percent, suggests warmer nights ahead for the residents of Delhi.
  • The expected light drizzle from the western disturbance could offer a brief respite from the escalating heat, making the climate more bearable for a short period.


Residents and visitors in Delhi are advised to prepare for the warmer days ahead by staying hydrated and taking necessary precautions against the heat. The slight chance of rain might provide temporary relief, but the overall trend indicates a hotter week for the national capital.

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