The weather for today in India will see a rise in day and night temperatures in almost all parts of the country. Indo-Gangetic plains would see northwesterly winds during the next two days. Rain would continue in extreme south.
Wind conditions are playing a crucial role in keeping the temperatures above normal in northwest hills. The weather for today in northwest hills would continue to see dry winds from northwest. These winds are slowing down while taking a turn and absorbing more heat. Above normal maximum temperatures by up to 5 degrees will also continue in northwest plains of Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh (Map India) as these places too are receiving the same winds.
The weather for today in Delhi will be warm at around 30 degrees during the afternoon session. Similar day temperature would mark the weather for Delhi tomorrow as well and thereafter a gradual rise is predicted for next few days. Wind conditions in Delhi are similar to other areas in the region that are receiving mostly northwesterly winds. Morning will be cool in spite of rise in minimum temperatures.
Temperatures are also expected to rise in central India as northwesterly winds are turning into northeasterly to easterly winds and absorbing more heat to increase temperatures.
West Peninsular region along with coastal areas in the west are experiencing above normal day temperatures as they are getting winds from east direction. These winds are heating up while entering the land from the Bay of Bengal. The weather for tomorrow in Mumbai (Map India) would continue to see temperatures around 38 or 39 degrees. Bhira in Maharashtra that recorded highest maximum temperature of 41 degrees has been the hottest place in India for the last few days.
Northeastern states have above normal day temperatures as northeasterly winds are heating up more after arriving in the region. These winds slow down as they take a turn making them more susceptible to heating up leading to increase in temperatures. The weather for tomorrow in northeast (Map India) will continue to see above normal temperatures during the afternoon in the next two to three days.
Rain would be witnessed in extreme southern parts of the country due to the low pressure area in southwest Bay of Bengal. Rain would also be observed in the Andaman and Nicobar Island at a few places during the next 24 hours. The weather for today in the south will have above normal day temperatures due to easterly winds.