New Delhi: Due to the change in weather, people have got relief from heat and heat wave in many states of North India. IMD has predicted similar weather and thunderstorms for the next 24 hours in various states including the country's capital Delhi, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir. Amidst thunderstorms and strong winds, a drop in temperature has been recorded in most of the states of North India. The maximum temperature in Delhi is expected to remain in the range of 37 to 38 degrees for the next two days.
If we talk about the temperature in Delhi today, May 23, then the minimum temperature is expected to be 27 degrees and the maximum temperature is 37 degrees. At the same time, today Delhi-NCR will see thunderstorm and rain activities throughout the day. The effect of clouds is visible in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh. Thunderstorm and rain have provided relief to the people from the heat. Cold air is blowing all over the state including Lucknow. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be cloudy sky in many areas of the state including Lucknow today (Monday), May 23. At the same time, there may be light rain and thundershowers throughout the day.
There is also news of relief from scorching heat and heat wave in Uttar Pradesh. According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in Lucknow, the capital of UP, is expected to be 26 degrees and the maximum temperature is 38 degrees today. At the same time, it may rain with thunderstorms in Lucknow today. Today the minimum temperature in Ghaziabad, UP is expected to be 25 degrees and the maximum temperature is 41 degrees.