Weather Update: Extreme heat prevails in all the states of northern and central India. However, the Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday that people could soon get partial relief from the scorching heat. The IMD said the temperature would drop for the next three to four days. Partly cloudy skies were observed in the national capital Delhi on Monday and the minimum temperature was recorded at four degrees above normal. But the meteorological department has also forecast rain with thunderstorms in 24 hours. This can cause a slight drop in temperature and people can get relief from the heat.
Let me tell you that people in many parts of northern India, including the national capital Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana, are constantly experiencing scorching heat. With the exception of a slight drop in temperature, there is no hope of getting rid of the heat this month. The meteorological department has forecast heatwave for the next five days in Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Vidarbha and Madhya Pradesh.
When is the monsoon coming?
Although rains have started in Kerala several days before the onset of southwest monsoon, the monsoon is likely to reach Kerala in the last week of May this year, according to the Meteorological Department. It will take at least another 15 days to reach the northern Indian states. In this case, the chances of rain before the first or second week of June are low. It is important to note that during this time there may be a slight decrease in temperature depending on the weather conditions in some areas.