New Delhi: Delhi, the capital of The South, has been reeling under severe heat for the past one week and according to the Met department, there is no possibility of getting relief for at least the next one week. In fact, there has been less rain in the past days, so the weather is dry. That is why the havoc of the heat wave is constantly being observed. On Wednesday, there was a slight respite from the scorching heat and the reason for this was the strong winds. Along with this, there was a unique factor, which slightly reduced the intensity of heat, that factor was pollution.
In fact, the sheet of dust particles coming from Rajasthan is being clearly seen in Delhi and surrounding areas since morning. It reduced the sunshine very much and due to this, the temperature reached around 40 to 43 degrees, which had recently reached 46-47 degrees Celsius. Senior scientist at the Meteorological Department, Jenamani, says, "There is no system that will bring rain to Delhi, that is, till June 15, there is no possibility of rain. Although there will be a bit of cloud on June 11, it doesn't seem to rain from them."
The concern is not only about the heat wave in Delhi and surrounding areas i.e. North West India. The concern remains on the front of the monsoon, i.e. the pace of monsoon has slowed down in south west India. Under normal conditions, the monsoon should have entered Maharashtra via Karnataka, but at present, not even half of Karnataka has come under the purview of the monsoon.