The weather over Delhi has remained quite hot for the past few days. In fact, the mercury levels have been soaring to quite an extent and have been settling above the normal levels. Yesterday also, the maximum temperatures were soaring to quite an extent.
Yesterday, the Safdarjung observatory recorded its day temperature at 39.5°C and the Palam observatory recorded its maximum at 40.2°C. Ayanagar and Ridge also recorded their maximum temperatures at 40.2°C and 40.0°C respectively.
Currently, the cyclonic circulation which was over Northwest Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas has now moved towards Uttar Pradesh, along with this moderate pressure can also be marked on the surface.
Surface winds are also expected to occur over the area and adjoining West Uttar Pradesh, during next 48 hours.
Yesterday due to dust storm activity and southwesterly winds, raising winds have been observed over parts of Haryana. Dusty sky prevailed over Delhi and adjoining areas. The winds were also strong and warm.
However, the day is expected to become little uneasy for the next 48 hours. Dust haze conditions will prevail over the area and may pick up loose dust towards the day.
Meanwhile, a rise in temperatures is also expected. Temperatures may reach around 40 degrees. Dryness will increase over the region once again.
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