The people of Delhi, who have been facing the heat for the last two and a half months, have got relief these days due to the activity of Western Disturbance. In this episode, the heat wave remained loose on Saturday as well and the maximum temperature was 32.7 degree Celsius, the lowest in the last five years. Earlier in 2017, the lowest maximum temperature of 32 degrees Celsius was recorded. It is a matter of relief that the Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for the next 24 hours and has expressed the possibility of strong rain with strong winds.
The Meteorological Department had issued a yellow alert for Saturday. However, rain was recorded in many areas of Delhi-NCR only late on Friday night. Till 8.30 am, 13 mm of rain has been recorded in Delhi. It was cloudy since morning and relief from heat continued. Although the game of eye-catching between the sun and the sun continued from time to time, but the heat remained soft. In the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature was recorded seven below normal at 32.7 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature was recorded three below normal at 24.4 degree Celsius. The wind speed was moderate and the humidity level reached 63 to 92 percent. At the same time, the mercury remained in the range of 30 to 34 degree Celsius at all the standard centers of Delhi.
- Maximum temperature- 32 °C
- Minimum temperature – 24 °C
- Sunset time: 7:22 am
- Sunrise time: 5:24 pm
It is likely to be cloudy since morning. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert. There may be heavy rain with wind speed reaching 30 to 40 kmph.
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