Weather Today: Light rain with thunderstorm in Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, alert in Odisha


The weather patterns in the country are mixed for days. Somewhere the burning prickly heat of the sun is haunting, and somewhere light rain with thunder and thunder is giving relief. The latest forecast is that light rain may occur in Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Rayalaseema, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Telangana on Friday. At the same time, heat may intensify in North Madhya Maharashtra and Vidarbha, Madhya Pradesh and West Rajasthan and heat wave conditions may occur at some places. On the other hand, the cyclone may take hold in the Andaman Sea.


That’s why the weather of Delhi changed

Actually, a low pressure area has formed over Himachal Pradesh, hence the weather of Delhi NCR has changed. Due to cloudy weather throughout the day on Thursday, there was some respite from the heat in the capital. The Meteorological Department has forecast that the weather will be pleasant on Friday as well. It will be cloudy and there will be strong wind. The average temperature of Delhi on Thursday was 37 degree Celsius. On Friday it can remain in the range of 37 to 39 degree Celsius. The weather is expected to remain the same on Saturday and Sunday as well. Light rain may also occur in some parts. Apart from Delhi, the wind will blow at a speed of 30 to 40 kmph in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh.

Dust storm, thundershowers are also very likely to occur over parts of North Rajasthan and isolated parts of Punjab and Haryana. During the last 24 hours, Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Northeast Madhya Pradesh, Rayalaseema, Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Sikkim received light to moderate rain with isolated heavy rains.

The heat will hurt again from Monday

IMD predicts that from Monday, the weather in and around Delhi will change again and the heat will start troubling. The temperature will rise due to the hot wind blowing. A heat wave alert has been issued on May 10 and 11. The maximum temperature can reach 42 degrees.

Movement in Andaman Sea, cyclone alert in 18 districts of Odisha

According to Odisha’s Special Relief Commissioner PK Jena, the India Meteorological Department has informed that a cyclone is developing over South Andaman Sea and its adjoining areas. It can turn into an area of ​​low pressure. Its intensity can be estimated only after it develops. As a precaution, 18 districts from Malkangiri to Mayurbhanj in Odisha have been asked to remain alert.