The weather turned pleasant in the national capital Delhi and its surrounding area on Friday evening when light drizzle occurred at many places. For the past several days, the people of the capital have been waiting for rain so that they can get relief from this scorching heat. Earlier, the Indian Meteorological Department said in its forecast that there could be thunderstorms with rain on Friday.
It has been said from the Meteorological Department that on Saturday also the sky will remain cloudy and there may be light rain. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had said that there is a possibility of heat wave at some places with partly cloudy sky during the day. At the same time, there may be light rain with strong winds in the evening or night along with dust storm or thunderstorm.
According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in the city on Friday was recorded at 27.2 degrees Celsius, a notch below normal. The humidity level in the air stood at 25 percent at 8.30 am.
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He said the national capital recorded a maximum temperature of 43.1 degrees Celsius on Thursday, which was the highest temperature recorded in July since 2012. The minimum temperature recorded was 31.7 degree Celsius. The IMD said there is “no chance” of monsoon arrival in the city by July 7.
Here, almost a month after the arrival of Southwest Monsoon, Kerala has received very little rain so far. This information was given by the India Meteorological Department. Significantly, the monsoon enters the country only through Kerala.
The department said that between June 1 and June 30, 13 out of 14 districts in the state received deficient rainfall and only one district received normal rainfall. The neighboring Union Territories of Lakshadweep and Mahe also received less rain during this period. The Meteorological Department said that the monsoon is expected to be normal in the country in July.
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