No heatwave likely next week in Delhi, parts of north India: Top 10 updates | Latest News India

A week after Delhi saw the day’s maximum rise to 49 degrees in some parts of the country, the city let out a tranquil sigh with rain and dust storms on Friday. According to the weather forecast, like the nation’s capital, a break from sunny heat is expected across North India next week. “Back-to-back western disturbances continue to provide intermittent breaks from heat. No heat wave is likely to last for a week,” said Mahesh Palawat, vice president (climate and climate change) for Skymet, a private weather forecasting agency. The news agency PTI said. Hail and moderate rainfall over several parts of northern India – over the next few days – is forecast.

Here are the top weather updates:

1. Exclusive and scattered storms, dust storms and cloudy weather are expected to bring down some of the temperatures in Delhi on Saturday.

2. Delhi’s primary weather station, Safdarjung Observatory, recorded a maximum temperature of 44.4 degrees Celsius – five degrees above normal, PTI reported on Friday.

3. Mercury also reduced in parts of Haryana with light rain, dust storm and strong winds. Tropical conditions persist in most parts of Rajasthan, although the state may get some relief from the tormenting heat after Saturday.

4. Meteorological Department has issued ‘Orange Alert’ for hail cyclones and thunderstorms in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Uttarakhand.

5. A moderate rainfall is forecast in the western Himalayas over the next five days with thunderstorms and thunderstorms.

6. Separate hail is expected to rain on May 23 over Himachal Pradesh. Himachal Pradesh is likely to receive hail in the next five days.

7. Separate hail is expected in the western parts of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on Monday. In eastern UP, Monday and Tuesday hail is likely to rain.

8. Extreme heavy rains are expected in the next five days with isolated thunderstorms and stormy winds over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

9. Apart from this, dust storms are also very likely on the Northern Territory on Saturday; And in the western parts of Rajasthan on Monday.

10. Rajasthan can experience strong surface winds and wind speeds can reach 30-40 km / h.

(With inputs from PTI)

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