The heat set a new record in the capital on Saturday and the mercury reached 47.2 degrees in Mangeshpur. All areas of Delhi recorded seven degrees above normal temperature on Saturday. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be similar heat in the weather on Sunday i.e. 15 May and Delhiites will have to face trouble due to the heatwave. IMD has issued a yellow alert for Sunday. According to the Weather Bulletin, the weather will remain the same in North West and Central India during the next two days.
If you look at different areas of Delhi, then on Saturday, heat harassed people everywhere. Safdarganj 44.2, Najafgarh 47, Ayannagar 45.4, Narela 46, Palam 44.6, Ridge 45.4, and Pitampura recorded 46.4 degrees Celsius. There was an increase of 2 to 3 degrees Celsius everywhere. Above normal temperature is expected on Sunday as well. According to meteorologists, hot and dry westerly winds blowing in the Delhi-NCR region are increasing the temperature.
On Sunday, there is a possibility of two to three degrees more temperature in all the areas. On the other hand, the cyclonic circulation over Punjab and Haryana will increase the pre-monsoon activity, due to which there may be some respite from the heatwave on Monday and Tuesday.
According to IMD, there may be some change in the weather in Delhi from May 16 i.e. Monday. On May 16, it may be cloudy throughout the day and there may be rain and thunder in some areas of the state. Apart from this, even on May 17, most areas of Delhi may remain cloudy. According to the Meteorological Department, on May 18, 19, and 20, there may be a period of hiding and hiding of clouds. Let us inform you that due to weak western disturbance and less rain, April was recorded for the second time in Delhi after 1951 as the warmest month.