The forecast from the meteorological service indicates that the highest temperature that will be reached on Monday will probably be close to 40 degrees Celsius.
After reaching a high of 40.2 degrees Celsius on June 16, the temperature in Delhi has remained below 40 degrees Celsius every day thereafter.
The Indian government’s meteorological service has predicted that rainy weather would begin in Delhi and other northern Indian cities on June 28.
During this time, measurements taken in Delhi showed that the city’s air quality fell into the moderate category.
Current weather report for Delhi: As the national capital of India awoke to a warm Monday morning, the overnight low temperature in Delhi settled at 29.8 degrees Celsius, which is two notches above the normal temperature for this time of year. The relative humidity was 62% when the clock read 8.30 in the morning.
The meteorological service has forecasted a sky that will be partly overcast with a chance of hearing thunder and seeing lightning.
According to what was found, the highest temperature will probably end up being at around 40 degrees Celsius.
The forecast from the meteorological office indicates that residents of Delhi should begin to feel some respite beginning on Tuesday as a result of the arrival of rain.
In a tweet written in Hindi, Skymet Weather vice president Mahesh Palawat, who is responsible for the company’s meteorology and climate change research, said “After reaching a high of 40.2 degrees Celsius on June 16, the temperature in Delhi has remained below 40 degrees Celsius every day since then. The highest temperature of the day, which occurred on June 25, was once again higher than 40 degrees Celsius. On June 28, precipitation is expected to begin falling in North India along with Delhi, and the temperature will begin to fall.”
At the same time, the air quality in Delhi was measured at 127 at 9.05 in the morning, which is considered to be in the moderate range.
Good air quality is indicated by an AQI between 0 and 50, fair air quality between 51 and 100, moderate air quality between 101 and 200, poor air quality between 201 and 300, very bad air quality between 301 and 400, and severe air quality between 401 and 500.