Now you will get relief from the heat! It will rain in Delhi in the next two days – India TV Hindi

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Delhi’s temperature will drop by 33%.

The maximum temperature in the national capital Delhi is likely to drop from the current 39 degrees Celsius to around 33 degrees Celsius in the next two days. The Meteorological Department gave this information on Friday. Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the Regional Weather Forecasting Centre, said, “Maximum temperatures are expected to drop by 4 to 5 degrees Celsius in the next two days as an active Western Disturbance will bring rain and overcast skies to the capital. will reach North West India.

Delhi’s temperature will drop by 33%.

An active Western Disturbance is expected to reach northwest India by late Friday night, starting from Jammu and its impact will reach Delhi late on April 13 and continue till April 14, the head of the Regional Weather Forecasting Center said. will Srivastava said, “Temperatures in the national capital Delhi will drop by about 33%, the sky will remain cloudy and the wind will blow at a speed of 30 to 40 km per hour,” he said. On April, the effect of Western Disturbance will be felt till April 19, so the temperature will not reach 40 degree Celsius till then.

The temperature has been rising for the last three days.

Srivastava said heat wave conditions are not predicted in the national capital in April. According to the department’s data, the maximum temperature in Delhi has been around 40 degrees Celsius for the past three days. On Friday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 21.7 degrees Celsius. According to the Meteorological Department, extreme heat conditions are declared when the maximum temperature exceeds 40 degrees Celsius and is 4.5 degrees Celsius above normal.

It’s going to be hotter than last year.

The official said that the days are hot, but the nights are relatively cool at this time due to cloudy skies. “The hottest days are in mid-May and June, when the temperature exceeds 40 degrees Celsius and can even reach 45 degrees Celsius,” he said. Srivastava said that Delhi had mild summers last year. “According to our observation, the temperature will be three to four degrees Celsius above normal this summer, with temperatures likely to touch 45 degrees Celsius by the end of May,” he said.

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