New Delhi: In the country's capital Delhi, May started with heavy rains and cold started to be felt in the hot summer season. Heavy rains raised the temperature of the capital to 26.1 degree Celsius, which is about 13 degrees less than the average temperature at this time. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the weather is expected to remain pleasant in the coming days as well.
In fact, due to Western Disturbance, it is raining in the scorching summer season and it is expected to continue raining for the next two days. According to the officials of the Meteorological Department, due to the Western Disturbance, rain may continue for the next two days. Today i.e. on Tuesday, the sky is generally cloudy and there is a possibility of light rain or thundershowers and strong winds. At the same time, rain with thunderstorm is expected in Delhi on May 3 and on May 4 it will be generally cloudy with light rain or drizzle.
On the other hand, if we talk about the temperature, then the minimum temperature can go up to 19 degrees and the maximum temperature can be 27 degrees. According to IMD, hailstorm activity is also expected in Delhi and its neighboring states in the next few days. The rainfall so far this year in Delhi-NCR has broken the record. The second coldest day of May in 13 years has been recorded on Monday i.e. May 1. Along with this, this is the second consecutive day when the maximum temperature in the summer season has been recorded 10 degrees below normal.