Delhi to face scorching heat throughout June: IMD
Delhi to face scorching heat throughout June: IMD

New Delhi: Delhiites are facing scorching heat amid rain in most states of the country. The temperature has crossed 40 and Delhi does not seem to be getting relief from the heat of the month. According to the Met department, Delhiites will have to wait longer for the Monsoon rains. The monsoon is not expected to arrive throughout the month and by then there is no respite from the heat. The temperature in Delhi is likely to hover around 40 degrees Celsius in the coming 7 days.

The temperature has once again crossed 40 degrees Celsius in Delhi on Wednesday after 13 days. Meanwhile, the minimum temperature has been recorded at 28 degrees Celsius, which is normal for this time of year. Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the regional forecasting centre for IMD, said the capital is not expected to receive monsoon rains till the end of June and the maximum temperature is likely to hover around 40 degrees Celsius by then. Earlier, there was talk of premature monsoon reaching Delhi.

According to IMD, the monsoon arrived in Kerala two days late and was followed by rain seven to 10 days before normal in eastern, central and northwest India. Some parts of Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab are unlikely to receive rain till the end of June. However, Srivastava said delhi-NCR may receive light rain on June 26. But there seems to be no possibility that it will bring relief to the people.

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