2 Jun 2024

Delhi will have stormy weather for 4 days, yellow alert for dust storm and rain, see IMD's prediction

Weather Update: Delhi will have stormy and rainy weather for four days. The Meteorological Department has predicted light rain or drizzle along with dust storm winds in Delhi for four days. During this time, heat wave will also trouble people in some areas. 

According to IMD, Delhi will remain partly cloudy. There may be dust storm or light rain in the evening or night. During this time the wind speed can be 25 to 35 kilometers per hour.

Heat wave will continue along with rainfall

The residents of Delhi are unlikely to experience relief from the hot winds. The Meteorological Department predicts that Delhi may face a heatwave for the next two days, with dusty winds and light drizzles expected at night.

Slight reduction in heat waves

On Sunday, residents of Delhi experienced some relief from the heat wave conditions. However, temperatures remain above normal levels. There was a slight decrease in the intensity of the heat wave. The maximum temperature reached 42.3 degrees Celsius at Delhi's Safdarjung weather station, which is three degrees higher than the usual temperature. The minimum temperature was recorded at 30.4 degrees Celsius.

Heat waves will trouble residents 

The weather department has predicted that after one days of relief, heat wave conditions may prevail in most parts of Delhi from Monday onward. People will have to face heat wave during the day. Due to strong sunlight, especially those working in the open and those traveling will have to face more trouble. Whereas, there may be light drizzle along with dust storm at night.

IMD has said heat wave conditions over Northwest, Central & East India are likely to continue with reduced intensity during next 3 days. 

Monsoon to advance 

Besides, conditions are favourable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon into some more parts of central Arabian Sea, Karnataka, Rayalaseema, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, west central and northwest Bay of Bengal during next 2-3 days.

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