At present, Delhi is reeling under intense summer heat. Heat wave conditions are prevailing in the region and the temperatures are above normal by almost five degrees. On May 31, Palam saw the day temperature soar to 46.2°C. In Ayanagar the temperature was at 46°C, while Safdarjung and Ridge recorded 44.8°C and 43.6°C of maximum, respectively. These uneasy weather conditions are likely to continue in the area for a few days more.
Due to the easterly winds blowing in most parts of Uttar Pradesh and adjoining Delhi, maximum temperatures may drop by one to two degree Celsius in Delhi-NCR are while the night temperature may increase by a few degrees.
These winds are slightly moist in nature, therefore, the feel effect in the region will be more than the actual temperature. So, heatwave like conditions will continue over the region. Mainly sunny sky would prevail. No relief is foreseen as of now. People are cautioned against heatstroke.
The pollution level will continue to remain unhealthy as of now.
The onset of Southwest Monsoon in Kerala is already delayed. Delhi too is likely to receive Monsoon rains quite late than the normal date.
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