Delhi NCR Weather update: The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for heatwaves in many states!


Delhi NCR Weather update: The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for heatwaves in many states including Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, and UP-MP. One thing is for sure caution is the only protection. In such a situation, take care of yourself, avoid heatwaves, and follow the instructions of the health department.


Delhi Weather News: The heat continues to wreak havoc in Delhi. People are crying for help. Despite a slight decrease in the temperature meter, it seems as if the fire is raining. Amidst such a situation, the Meteorological Department (IMD) has indicated that there will be no relief at the moment. Today, on the day of the sixth phase of voting, the maximum temperature in Delhi has been predicted to be 45 degrees and the minimum temperature 36 degrees. The sky will be clear in Delhi today. The scorching sun will make life miserable. On the weekend i.e. Saturday, the heat wave will also blow with winds of 25 to 35 km per hour. The heat index can be 51 to 53 in 44-45 degree temperatures, that is, the heat of the heat will be felt more during humidity. 

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On Friday, Phalodi in Rajasthan was the hottest city in the country with a temperature of 49 degrees Celsius. Rajgarh in MP was the second hottest city with a temperature of 46.3 degrees Celsius and Akola in Maharashtra was the third hottest city with a temperature of 45.8 degrees Celsius. Ahmedabad recorded a temperature of 45.5, Sirsa in Haryana 45.4, Orai in UP 43.8, Firozpur in Punjab 43.5, and Durg in Chhattisgarh 43.2 degrees Celsius.

Rajasthan Weather Update: Rajasthan weather

The temperature of 8 cities of Rajasthan has gone above 47℃. Some cities recorded temperatures of 48 and 49 degrees Celsius. There is a need to remain alert in Rajasthan even today.

Rain alert in these states today

According to Meteorological Department DG Mrityunjay Mohapatra, a pressure area developed in the Bay of Bengal which gradually moved towards north, north-east directions. It will turn into a cyclonic storm on Saturday morning. By midnight of 26 May, it will hit the coastal areas of West Bengal. The speed of storm winds will be highest in North and South 24 Parganas and East Medinipur. There will be light to moderate rain here on Saturday. Heavy to very heavy rain has been forecast in West Bengal on 26-27 May. Heavy rain may also occur in the coastal areas of North Odisha today. Similarly, there will be rain in all the northeastern states and there is a warning of excessive rain in some areas.