Delhi Weather: Apart from Delhi, rain had already made the weather pleasant in many areas of Gurugram and Noida. The rain also caused a sharp drop in temperature.
Amidst the sultry heat in Delhi-NCR, rain brought relief news in many areas on Friday. Rain had already made the weather pleasant in many areas of Gurugram and Noida. There was also a sharp drop in the temperature due to rain. The temperature in Delhi has reached 45-46 degree Celsius in the last few days. Due to this, the humidity along with the heat wave has made life difficult for the people. In Noida too, rain brought relief in many parts on Friday evening. It was a hot Friday morning in the capital and the minimum temperature was recorded at 28.2 degrees Celsius, 2 notches above normal. This information was given by the India Meteorological Department (IMD). However, the Meteorological Department had already predicted cloudy sky with the possibility of thunder and lightning. According to the department, the maximum temperature at Safdarjung Observatory was expected to reach 44 degrees Celsius. But due to rain in the late evening, there was a sharp drop in the temperature.
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Meteorological data of Safdarjung Observatory is considered standard for Delhi. In Delhi, the temperature reached 49 degrees in some areas last week. Due to negligible rain in the months of March and April, the heat had increased considerably. However, different rains have been forecast for several days in May. With the rains, the air pollution situation in Delhi has also improved. An AQI between 0 and 50 is considered ‘good’, 51 to 100 satisfactory, 101 to 200 moderate, 201 to 300 poor, 301 to 400 very poor, and 401 to 500 critical.
Heat wave continued in most parts of Rajasthan. At important places, the temperature was higher by 1 to 4 degree Celsius. The day temperature was recorded two degrees to five degrees above normal at all the major places of the state. In Barmer and Dholpur, people had to face scorching heat due to scorching heat and rise in temperature.
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