Fire is raining from the sky in Delhi. Delhiites had to face the heat wave on Wednesday. Wednesday was the hottest day of the year so far and the temperature was recorded at 43.5 degrees.
Even today the people of Delhi do not seem to be getting relief. People in the national capital faced scorching heat wave on Wednesday with the maximum temperature recorded at 43.1 degrees Celsius, five notches above the season’s normal temperature. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) gave this information.
Monsoon may knock on July 7- Meteorological Department
Not only this horrific Delhiites will also have to wait a long time to get relief from the heat. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon can knock on July 7. Now only the monsoon showers will be able to relieve the people of Delhi from this scorching heat. Normally, the monsoon used to knock in the capital in July, but now people have to go through heatwave in the beginning of July.
Especially for the last three days, the mercury has risen above 40.
There may be some relief between 2-3 days. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of light rain. Due to which there can be some relief, but for the time being monsoon will have to wait a long time. Monsoon is not going to knock in Delhi for a week, due to which people will have to bear the scorching heat. The Meteorological Department has also issued a yellow alert regarding the heat wave that has been going on for the last two days.
The condition of the people due to the heat –
scorching heat Some of them were seen taking support of lemon water and some under the shade of the tree. Delhi has got rid of the scorching sun,
business is also hit by heat –
first lockdown due to corona and now sun is blazing fire. In Delhi, it is proving to be a double whammy for those who earn daily wages. Salman spends the whole day waiting for the customers at Connaught Place in Delhi, but due to the heat, he is not even hitting Parinda at the shop.
Even after standing in the sun all day, earning is not possible. . Similarly, it has become difficult for auto drivers and rickshaw pullers to get a ride. Rajkumar drives rickshaws throughout the day in Delhi but he has to wait till evening for a ride.
Will have to wait a week long –
weather Scientist Kuldeep Srivastava says that for a week, the heat will suffer like this. There will be some relief on July 2-3, but the monsoon can completely knock only on July 7.