Delhi weather today: Cloudy skies, light rain likely; temperature to hit 43 degrees

Cloudy skies and very light rain in the afternoon or evening on the weather forecast for Delhi on Friday. The maximum temperature is likely to stabilize at 43 degrees Celsius, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

The maximum temperature in Safdarjung on Thursday was 43.8 degrees Celsius, four degrees above normal for this time of year. And the lowest temperature was recorded in the early hours of Friday morning, 29.8 degrees, two degrees more than the normal rate. On Thursday, the Ridge weather station in North Delhi recorded heatwave conditions with a maximum temperature of 45.2 degrees, five degrees above normal. The highest maximum temperature ever recorded in the city on Thursday was 46.8 degrees Celsius in northwest Delhi’s Mongshpur.

The western disturbance is likely to bring clouds on June 10 and 11, according to RK Jenamani, scientist, IMD. However, significant relief is not likely until June 16. “High temperatures will remain until June 15 in northwest India. From June 2 onwards, heat wave conditions are re-developed with dry westerly winds. From June 16 onwards, westerly disturbances and easterly winds can ease the heat,” he said.

The maximum temperature in Delhi is set to remain above 40 degrees Celsius for the next six days and will likely be around 41 or 42 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature is also likely to be higher than normal, and it could be around 30 or 31 degrees for the next six days. The average long-term minimum temperature from June 10 to 14 is 28°C.

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At 8.30 a.m. on Friday, the temperature was 35.6 degrees and the relative humidity was 36%.

On Thursday, Janmani said the monsoon is likely to reach Maharashtra in the next couple of days. IMD had announced the start of the monsoon in Kerala on May 29.

Meanwhile, Delhi’s air quality on Thursday was in the “poor” category, with an air quality index (AQI) of 223. Dust contributed about 77% to Thursday’s PM10 levels due to dust intrusion from the Western Sahara region, according to it. For the SAFAR prediction system. An “external dust intrusion” was found high on Thursday, according to a SAFAR update released Thursday.

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