Delhi has been reeling under uneasy atmosphere conditions for the past various days. Without a doubt, heatwave conditions also won in few pockets of Delhi. The singing warmth has extended so much that it is horrible for occupants to move out of their homes.
Yesterday, Palam observatory recorded its maximum at 46.2°C. The Safdarjung observatory recorded its day temperature at 45.0°C and Ayanagar and Ridge also recorded their maximum temperatures at 44.9, respectively.
Since last many years we have been seeing that towards the end of May, Palam records its maximum temperature close to 46°C, whereas, the Safdarjung observatory remains in the mid-40s. Last year the highest temperature recorded for Palam observatory was 46.4°C.
However as dry and warm northwesterly winds are prevailing over Northwest India and Pakistan region. Along with this, due to the presence of feeble Western Disturbances, dry weather will prevail over Delhi-NCR.
Further, due to the clear sky conditions, temperatures are also expected to rise, and loo type conditions may prevail during the next 24-48 hours.
Thereafter, easterly winds are likely to affect the Delhi region which may ultimately decrease temperatures but increase the humidity level.
The maximum temperatures are likely to settle in the mid-40s, whereas the minimums will be seen between 28°C to 29°C.
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