Weather Forecast: Mercury crosses 45 in different areas of Delhi, Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for today

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Summary

According to the Meteorological Department, in the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature was 42.9 degrees Celsius, two above normal and the minimum temperature was three less than normal at 24.8 degrees Celsius. There is a possibility of no relief from the heat for the next 24 hours. Issuing a yellow alert, the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of a heat wave in different areas.

Expansion

As soon as the activity of Western Disturbance weakens in the capital Delhi, the period of intense heat has started. In this episode, the mercury even crossed 45 degree Celsius in various areas of Delhi on Friday. At the same time, there is no hope of getting relief from the heat in the next 24 hours. Issuing a yellow alert, the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of heat waves in various areas.

According to the Meteorological Department, in the last 24 hours, the maximum temperature was 42.9 degrees Celsius, two above normal and the minimum temperature was three less than normal at 24.8 degrees Celsius. People who came out of the houses were more upset due to the strong sunlight throughout the day. People were seen looking for the shade of trees to get relief from the heat of the sun. The humidity level in the air was recorded in the range of 12 to 65 percent. Even after sunset in the evening, people did not get respite from the sultry heat. Releasing the forecast a day earlier, the Meteorological Department had expressed the possibility of light rain on Friday, but on the contrary, the heat wave remained strong.

The sports complex remained the hottest area

The Sports Complex of Delhi has been recorded as the hottest. The maximum temperature here reached 45.7 degrees Celsius. At the same time, Najafgarh recorded 45.6, Pitampura 45.6, and Mungeshpur 45.5 degrees Celsius maximum mercury was recorded. Due to high mercury, heat wave conditions persisted in these areas and people were more troubled by the heat.

Go out only if necessary, today yellow alert

The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for Saturday. Under this, with strong sunlight, the maximum temperature can reach 44 and the minimum temperature can reach 25 degrees Celsius. In such a situation, the advice of meteorologists is that people should come out of the houses only when it is necessary and do not be in direct contact with the sun for a long time. The department has forecast that the heatwave conditions may soften with a partly cloudy sky on Sunday.