The mercury is expected to reach 41 degrees Celsius today in Delhi, while Tuesday is forecast to have a chance of light rain.

On Sunday, it seems like the high temperature in Delhi might reach 41 degrees Celsius at its peak. The national capital is expected to get a few sprinkles of rain on Tuesday, according to the forecast provided by the meteorological agency.


On Sunday, the thermometer might reach 41 degrees Celsius.

Tuesday in Delhi is expected to see a few sprinkles of rain, according to MeT.

The 29th of June has been assigned a yellow warning status.

There doesn’t appear to be any relief in sight for the people of Delhi from the sweltering heat, as the highest temperature of the day on Saturday climbed beyond 41 degrees Celsius at multiple meteorological sites. On Sunday, the Regional Meteorological Centre forecasts that the nation’s capital will see sky that are partially overcast at best.

There is a good chance that the high temperature will reach 41 degrees Celsius, while the low temperature will hover around 29 degrees Celsius.

According to the MeT, it is anticipated that very light rainfall in addition to thunderstorms and strong gusts will commence on Tuesday. On Saturday, the temperature in Delhi reached at least 41 degrees Celsius at a number of the city’s meteorological stations. The highest temperature reached 40.5 degrees Celsius at Safdarjung, which is the base station for Delhi. This is three notches higher than the typical maximum temperature.

The MeT predicted that starting on Monday, there would be cloudiness and drizzle, which will likely result in a decrease in temperature.


The forecast for the day was for partly overcast sky, and the highest temperature was anticipated to reach approximately 41 degrees Celsius. On Monday, there is a chance that the temperature may fall to 38 degrees Celsius as a result of the thunderstorms.

The meteorological office has forecasted very little rain for the 28th and 29th of June, and they have issued a yellow notice for the national capital for the 29th through the 2nd of July because light showers are likely throughout that time period.

After the 29th of June, the high temperature is expected to drop below 40 degrees Celsius, which will be a welcome reprieve.


On the other hand, the Air Quality Index (AQI) for the whole city of Delhi was 163 on Sunday, compared to 230 on Saturday. This places the city’s air quality in the moderate range. The Air Quality Index (AQI) is expected to be in the moderate range or the lower end of the bad range from June 26 to June 28, according to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR).

“good” refers to an AQI between 0 and 50, “satisfactory” refers to between 51 and 100, “moderate” refers to between 101 and 200, “poor” refers to between 201 and 300, “very poor” refers to between 301 and 400, and “severe” refers to between 401 and 500.

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