Residue storms, rainstorms joined by light downpour and gusts at 60 kmph are probably going to happen over Delhi and the NCR Region today, Dr Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of the Regional Weather Forecasting Center (RWFC) said. The national capital alongside northern India has been reeling under an extreme warmth wave for as far back as multi week with temperatures crossing 47 degrees Celsius for five successive days. The IMD prior in the week had given an ‘orange’ cautioning for parts of Delhi for a warmth wave. A ‘red’ cautioning is typically given for an extreme warmth wave.
“The Southwest Monsoon has additionally progressed into certain pieces of Maldives, some more pieces of south Bay of Bengal, remaining pieces of the Andaman Sea and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Conditions are getting ideal for additional development of the Southwest Monsoon into some more pieces of Maldives-Comorin region in the following 48 hours,” according to the IMD said in its All India Weather Forecast Bulletin. Moreover, the IMD said Tripura and Mizoram are additionally prone to observe overwhelming to extremely substantial precipitation during the following day.