According to weather experts, Delhi will receive a fresh spell of rain from June 29. The monsoon is just a few days away from Delhi and is expected to yield good rainfall in the first 10 days, weather experts said.
Thundershowers, cloudy sky, gusty winds and light rainfall are predicted on the coming weekend and average maximum temperature might settle at 36*C.
Dry and warm westerlies blowing from the direction of Pakistan may be the reason behind the return of the heatwave in Delhi and other states of north-west...
While Delhi's base station at Safdarjung recorded maximum temperature of 44.2*C, temperature in Mungeshpur soared to 47.3*C.
Temperatures have been high in northwest and central India due to absence of thunderstorms or extra-tropical weather systems during March-May.
The weather office has forecast generally cloudy skies with light rain or drizzle later in the day. Delhi recorded 18 mm rainfall in a 24-hour period ending...
The rains have turned weather pleasant in the national capital Delhi, which has been experiencing sweltering heatwave early this summer season.
This signals the start of the four-month seasonal rains that are crucial to the largely agri-dependent economy.
Cloudy skies and thunder may provide some relief from the intense heat in the upcoming week.
The south-west monsoon is predicted to reach Andaman and Nicobar islands on May 15 and Kerala on May 27 ahead of schedule.
The Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi's base station, recorded a high of 42.5 degrees Celsius. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange...
"This year, the onset of southwest monsoon over Kerala is likely to be earlier than the normal date of onset. The monsoon onset over Kerala is likely to be on...
Barmer recorded the highest day temperature of 48.2 degree Celsius on Thursday while the mercury soared to 47.2 in Jaisalmer. The Meteorological Department has...
While heatwave conditions occurred at isolated pockets in western part of the state, thunderstorms and dust storms accompanied with gusty winds (speed reaching...
The weather office had launched the Urban Meteorological Services for Delhi-NCR in June last year from 13 weather stations to provide current observations as...
Northwest and northeast India as well as the extreme southeast peninsula are expected to get below normal rainfall in May.
Incessant rains over the last one week have ravaged the state, snapping road connectivity in several areas, said the officials.
The heatwave spell is likely to continue over Northwest, Central, and West India during the next four-five days, said IMD in a statement.
The maximum temperature on Wednesday settled at 35.7 degrees Celsius, five notches above the normal.
Meanwhile, the Air Quality Index (AQI) was in the "poor" category (255) at 9 am, data from the Central Pollution Control Board showed.
State capital Ranchi simmered at 36 degrees Celsius, while Jamshedpur at 38.1 degrees Celsius in the past 24 hours.
The average concentrations of PM 2.5 and PM 10 stood at 190 and 153, respectively.
The day's maximum temperature settled around 40 degrees Celsius in most parts of the state, which has been swept by hot gusty winds for several days.
The relative humanity was reported at 77 per cent at 8:30 am. The weather office has predicted a clear sky during the daytime.
The weather office predicted strong winds during the day and said that days ahead will be warmer.