How long will Delhiites have to bear the heat? Find out what the Weather Department said

New Delhi: Rain and winds last week made the weather pleasant in the national capital Delhi. Now people are starting to get restless again due to the heat and humidity. Due to the rise in temperature, people are avoiding to get out of the house. In such a situation, there has been a relief news from the Meteorological Department for Delhiites. According to the IMD, by June 27, the monsoon will hit Delhi and by July 6, its effect will be visible all over the country. This is likely to cause heavy rain for several days. That is, Delhi will have to wait only four days for rain.

According to the met department's forecast, Delhi will have clear skies with normal air on Friday and the maximum temperature is expected to hover around 39 degrees Celsius. The air quality is expected to remain 'moderate' or 'satisfactory' for the coming three days. The minimum temperature can be 25 degrees Celsius. On Thursday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 25 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature was 37.9 degrees Celsius, one degree below normal. Meanwhile, delhi's air quality was recorded in the moderate category on Friday morning.

Delhiites will have to face the sultry heat for the next three days. During this time, the temperature is expected to reach 40 degrees. After three days, there will be a change in the direction of the wind and it may start raining again. Due to the activation of western disturbances and pre-monsoon seasonal activity, rain last week had brought a lot of relief from the heat. But as soon as the rain breaks, once again people are facing the sultry heat.

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