The scorching heat is gradually showing its effects throughout North India including Delhi-NCR. On Friday, temperatures in the entire NCR including Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad crossed 42 degrees and 44 degrees Celsius.
At the same time, Skymet Weather’s chief meteorologist Mahesh Palawat has predicted that the heat wave will continue for the next one week with intense heat, scorching heat. During this time, the maximum temperature is forecast to go up to 46-47 degrees. According to meteorologists associated with the meteorological department, the reason for the increase in heat in Delhi-NCR is due to the hot winds coming from Rajasthan, with one reason for the heat being dry weather.
On Friday, the maximum temperature was 45.4 and the minimum temperature was 27.6 degree Celsius. The hot air of Rajasthan is disturbing people and will remain for a week. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no hope of relief now. The weather will be similar throughout the week. On Friday, the humidity level was recorded at a maximum of 56 percent and a minimum of 14 percent. During the last seven years from 2014 to May 22, the day has not been so hot. According to the meteorological forecast, this time the maximum temperature in the summer season will be 1 to 1.5 degree Celsius higher. In this case, the maximum temperature can go up to 48 ° C. Chances of scorching heat in June, if monsoon arrives on time, it can provide some relief.
Skymet Weather chief meteorologist Mahesh Palawat says that due to western disturbances, it will be partly cloudy on Saturday and Sunday. Drizzle can also occur somewhere, but there is no possibility of relief from the heat at the moment. He also said that this western disturbance is weak, so people will not get any special relief due to its activation.