New Delhi The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted clear and dry weather with scorching heat for the next few days in Delhi.
Although the department has predicted no heat wave for at least a week, heat wave-like conditions are likely to persist at some places in the city. recorded 27.3 degrees Celsius. friday morning Gaya, which is typical for this season.
The IMD has forecast the maximum temperature in the national capital to be around 41 degrees Celsius. The department said the city is likely to experience gusty winds during the day and very light rain at night. This means that more hot and dry days may be recorded in the region.
“Except for parts of the northernmost and southern peninsular regions of the country, maximum temperatures are expected to be normal or above normal in most parts of the country in June,” the department said. IMD for the fourth week. Extended Range Model of. and July. It predicts better rains in northwest India in the first week of 2019. Monsoon arrived on Indian soil on Thursday. The IMD had said that the onset of monsoon in Kerala has been delayed by a week from the usual date of June 1 due to a cyclonic storm in the Arabian Sea. The department had earlier predicted a four-day delay in the onset of monsoon in Kerala.