At 8.30 am, the relative humidity stood at 86 per cent.
The Extended Range Forecast (ERF) issued by the weather office on Thursday evening said the conditions are favourable for further advance of monsoon to the remaining parts of the country over the next two days.
On Tuesday, Uttar Pradesh continued to reel under severe heat with almost all the divisions of the state recording a high of more than 40 degrees Celsius, the weather office said.
On Tuesday, Parts of Delhi saw a fresh spell of rain with the Met Office predicting cloudy weather and occasional showers over the next six to seven days.
On Thursday, As moderate to heavy rain lashed parts of Himachal Pradesh due to escalated pre-monsoon activity the weather office said more rains are likely over the weekend.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued yellow alert in several districts of Kerala. In anticipation of Cyclone Biparjoy, high waves have been observed at Gujarat's Tithal Beach in Valsad on the Arabian Sea...
On Sunday, The maximum temperature in the national capital settled at 35.7 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season's average, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
On Sunday, the national capital reached a maximum temperature of 35.7 degrees Celsius, five degrees below average for the season.
Despite the weather office's forecast for light rain or drizzle later in the day, heatwave conditions are expected to persist in the national capital on...
The weather office has forecast thunderstorms with rain during the day. The maximum temperature is likely to hover around the 26-degrees-Celsius mark.
Delhiites woke up to showers in the morning, and the weather office has forecast generally cloudy sky with light rain or drizzle later in the day.
Rainfall below 7 mm was also received in several areas of the state on Friday, according to a MeT department report.
The weather office has forecast partly cloudy skies with the maximum temperature likely to settle around 34 degrees Celsius.
India witnessed a normal monsoon season for the fourth consecutive year with 925 mm rainfall which was 106 per cent of the long-period average (LPA) of 880 mm.
From heavily waterlogged roads with water flowing into open manholes to waterlogged basement parkings and damaged vehicles- several visuals so far have...
It was a warm day in Delhi on Thursday with the maximum temperature settling at 37.1 degrees Celsius, three notches above the average, even as the weather...
Delhi is reeling under sultry weather conditions on Thursday as rains continue to play truant.
The IMD had declared the onset of the southwest monsoon over Kerala on May 29. After its onset over Kerala, the progress of monsoon has been sluggish.
New Delhi temperature has witnessed a minute drop in the temperature in comparison to the past few days.
Temperatures have been high in northwest and central India due to absence of thunderstorms or extra-tropical weather systems during March-May.
Delhi has faced one of its highest recorded temperature this week. Comparatively clearer skies are expected in the forthcoming days.
The average concentrations of PM 2.5 and PM 10 stood at 190 and 153, respectively.
The maximum temperature on Tuesday is likely to hover around 30 degrees Celsius, and a partly cloudy sky has been forecast.
On March 3, it will have a partial effect only in some parts of northeast Rajasthan. The weather will remain mainly dry over all the remaining areas.
Partly cloudy sky with along with heatwave conditions are forecast at isolated places