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Delhi Weather News: Capital in the grip of severe heat wave, Delhiites scorching in 43 degrees… till when will the monsoon come

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  • Hot winds wreaked havoc in Delhi on Tuesday
  • Heat wave increased people’s problems
  • The capital’s temperature was maximum 43 degrees

New Delhi
The wait for monsoon in Delhi is getting longer now. It is not raining, now the heat has started running in the city. Delhi was in the grip of heat wave on Tuesday, people were troubled by the hot winds throughout the day. Today was the hottest day of the season in the capital, with a maximum temperature of 43 degrees Celsius.

It is being told that this is the first heat wave of the monsoon season. Earlier on March 28, there was a heat wave in the capital. At that time the maximum temperature had reached 41 degrees. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heat wave in Delhi on Wednesday as well. However, from July 2, light rain is expected to bring down the temperature. There is no possibility of Monsoon reaching Delhi for the next 5 days.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), this is the first heat wave in Delhi this summer. Heat wave conditions prevailed in Lodhi Road, Ridge and Pusa areas, where the mercury touched 42.6 degrees Celsius, 43.4 degrees Celsius and 44.3 degrees Celsius respectively, seven notches above the average. Najafgarh (44.4 degree Celsius), Pitampura (44.3 degree Celsius) and Mungeshpur (44.3 degree Celsius) are also in the grip of severe heat wave.

Heat wave conditions are declared for plains when the maximum temperature exceeds 40 degree Celsius and is at least 4.5 degree above normal. According to the IMD, if the normal temperature is more than 6.5 degrees Celsius, a severe heat wave condition is declared. Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD’s Regional Forecasting Centre, said, “Generally, heatwave continues in the capital till June 20. This time the increase in maximum temperature can be attributed to the delay in the onset of monsoon.

Meteorological Department scientist RK Jenamani said, ‘There is no possibility for at least the next 5 days. We are monitoring the situation. However, there will be some relief from the humidity. The Meteorological Department had earlier predicted that the monsoon could reach Delhi by June 15. However, westerly winds are creating obstacles in its arrival in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana.

Monsoon reached Rajasthan 2 weeks ago, many areas of North India including Delhi are still waiting

Normally, Monsoon reaches Delhi by June 27 and its presence is recorded across the country by July 8. Monsoon had reached Delhi on June 25 last year.
On the one hand, the plains of North India including Delhi are still waiting for the monsoon rains. At the same time, it has reached Rajasthan 2 weeks ahead of time. The Meteorological Department has given information about the arrival of monsoon in some parts of Rajasthan including Barmer.

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