The maximum temperature in most parts of North West India is expected to rise by three to five degrees Celsius over the next five days, according to the IMD.
New Delhi is the capital of India. Throughout the country, pre-monsoon activities have been observed in the last 3-4 days. Because of the rain and dust storm, the temperature dropped. However, the period of scorching heat is about to begin once more. This has prompted the Meteorological Department to issue a warning. Temperatures in many parts of North India may rise by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius over the next five days. Meanwhile, the situation in West and Central India will remain unchanged. It will be sweltering hot here as well.
Temperatures in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and western Uttar Pradesh have dropped by up to 5 degrees Celsius in recent days. However, the heat wave will return to these areas. In many parts of Gujarat and Maharashtra, there is no way to escape the heat. It will be hot here until April 26th. In Madhya Pradesh and Southeast Uttar Pradesh, a heat wave alert has been issued once more.
In Delhi, the mercury will rise above 44 degrees
The temperature in the country’s capital is expected to reach 44 degrees Celsius next week, according to the Meteorological Department (IMD). On Friday, Delhi remained partly cloudy, with temperatures hovering around 40 degrees in most areas. In the next five days, the maximum temperature in most parts of Northwest India is expected to rise by three to five degrees Celsius, according to the IMD. On Thursday, the temperature in Delhi could reach 44 degrees.
In these states, rain is possible
According to Skymet Weather, light to moderate rain with light to moderate rains may occur over Northeast India, Sikkim, and Kerala over the next 24 hours. Over the Western Himalayas, parts of Odisha, South Chhattisgarh, and Karnataka, light to moderate rain is possible.
However, isolated areas of Telangana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, as well as Lakshadweep, may see light rain. Many parts of North East Bihar will experience cloudy skies, with the possibility of rain.