Good news for Delhi! IMD says heatwave will subside from June 11, drizzle likely

Delhi is likely to get some respite from the scorching heat as heat wave conditions are likely to subside from June 11. But, till then, the temperature in the national capital will hover around 44 to 46 degrees Celsius, said senior scientist RK Jenamani. India Meteorological Department told the news agency years on Tuesday.

Genamani said that heat wave conditions would continue in some isolated areas till June 9. Thereafter, partly cloudy skies and light rain are very likely to occur over parts of Northwest India and Central India. The meteorologist said that due to the western disturbance, it will be cloudy and there will be drizzle in case of heat wave.

The temperature in Delhi will be 44 to 46 degree Celsius. Heat wave conditions will continue at isolated places from June 8 to 9. Due to a Western Disturbance, there is a possibility of cloudy sky and drizzle over Northwest India and parts of Central India on June 11. The heatwave will end from June 11,” said Genamani years,

The IMD has issued a yellow alert and urged residents to stay inside as the maximum temperature in Delhi may touch 45 degrees Celsius. It said that heat wave conditions are very likely to persist over isolated parts of northwest, central and adjoining east India during the next three days.

On Monday, the Meteorological Department had warned that under the influence of dry and warm westerly winds blowing from Pakistan, there is a possibility of heat wave in some parts of northwest India till June 9. The temperature in Delhi had touched 44.9 degrees Celsius, while Banda and Fatehgarh in Uttar Pradesh were the hottest places, with the maximum temperatures recorded at 46.8 degrees Celsius and 46.4 degrees Celsius.

According to IMD, in the last 24 hours, heatwave conditions have persisted over parts of Delhi as well as isolated parts of Punjab, Uttarakhand, West Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, East Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Jharkhand.

Monsoon advances in Tamil Nadu

Jenamani said that the southwest monsoon has advanced into some more parts of Tamil Nadu and there is a possibility of heavy rains in the northeast. The IMD has predicted heavy rains in Meghalaya, Kerala, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam, South Interior Karnataka, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal.

“As far as monsoon is concerned, it has reached some more parts of Tamil Nadu. Heavy rains are expected in Northeast India,” said Jenamani.

The Meteorological Department said that heavy rains are likely to continue over Northeast India and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal as well as Sikkim during the next five days.

The Southwest Monsoon, which reached Kerala on May 29, has entered a weak phase and is expected to advance further.

(with PTI inputs)

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