MET department prediction about Delhi weather in upcoming days

New Delhi: After two months of shivering cold, the heat has now begun in the country's capital, Delhi. Every day the minimum temperature is increasing. The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning for the upcoming summer season. The IMD has said that there will be more heat in Delhi between March and May. The MET department said it would be warmer than usual this year. 

According to the MET department (IMD) forecast, the western and adjoining areas of central India, northwest India including Delhi-NCR and northern parts of northeast India are expected to experience above-normal heat in the period from March to May. However, the weather in peninsular India and parts of the east, north-east and northern plains will be less hot. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted light rain in Delhi on Wednesday and Thursday under the influence of the western disturbance. Meanwhile, the country's capital recorded a minimum temperature of 9.6 degrees Celsius in the morning.

IMD Director General Mrityunjay Mohapatra said, "During summer, the chances of occurrence of heatwaves in some parts of west-central and northwest India will be more, while in Indo-Gagnetical Plains, heat waves will be comparatively lower." 

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