Delhi’s Maximum Temperature Settles At 40.5 Degrees Amid Heat Wave – What We Know!

Delhi

Delhi Warmth Wave: Relative humidity oscillated between 62 per cent to 36 per cent.

New Delhi:

The utmost temperature in Delhi on Sunday settled at 40.5 levels Celsius, two notches above the season’s common, because the nationwide capital continued to reel underneath heatwave circumstances, in accordance with the India Meteorological Division (IMD).

The minimal temperature within the nationwide capital settled at 25.8 levels Celsius, a notch above the season’s common, the IMD mentioned.

Relative humidity oscillated between 62 per cent to 36 per cent.

The weatherman has forecast partly cloudy skies in Delhi for Monday with the potential of a mud storm and thunderstorm accompanied with gusty winds with a velocity of 40-50 kmph.

Heatwave circumstances are anticipated to proceed over Delhi and adjoining areas for the subsequent three days. Mud storms or thunderstorms are anticipated at remoted locations over Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi between Might 2 and Might 4, an IMD bulletin mentioned.

In accordance with the IMD, Delhi recorded its second-hottest April in 72 years with a month-to-month common most temperature of 40.2 levels Celsius. Town’s regular month-to-month common temperature in April is 36.30 levels Celsius.

In 2010, Delhi had logged a mean month-to-month most temperature of 40.4 levels Celsius.

The nationwide capital skilled three extended heatwaves this month within the absence of periodic mild rainfall and thundershowers which typify this time of the yr because of the lack of lively western disturbances.

It recorded a month-to-month common most temperature of 37.30 levels Celsius in April final yr, 35.30 levels Celsius in 2020, and 37.30 levels Celsius in 2019.