According to the Meteorological Department, thunderstorm, lightning and lightning are likely to continue in parts of Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu during the day on Tuesday.
There will be no heat wave in Delhi for the next 6 days. The mood of the weather changed due to strong winds and light rain. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of strong wind, thunderstorm, light to moderate rain for the next three days including Tuesday. In addition, the heat wave will not last for 6 days. The Safdarjung Observatory on Monday recorded a minimum temperature of 21.8 degrees Celsius, five notches below the season’s average.
The maximum temperature is expected to be around 35 degrees Celsius on
Tuesday-Wednesday, while it is likely to be around 37 degrees on Thursday-Friday. The Safdarjung Observatory has recorded 86.7 mm rainfall in May so far, against the normal rainfall of 19.7 mm in May. That is, 67 mm more rainfall was recorded this year. Earlier this month, there was dense fog. On May 4, the minimum temperature dropped to 15.8 degrees Celsius. It was the third coldest May morning since 1901.
Jaisalmer: Hail fell on the Indo-Pak border in Jaisalmer on Sunday evening. Usually there is no rain in this area. But the hailstorm in May turned this desert area into a snow valley. A sheet of ice fell in the desert on both sides of the fencing. Here, on Monday, there was a round of thunderstorms and hailstorms in many parts of the state.
Rain and thunderstorm likely in these districts from today
Orange Alert: Churu, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Nagaur.
Yellow Alert: Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bundi, Dausa, Dholpur, Jhunjhunu, Karauli, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Sikar, Sirohi, Tonk, Udaipur, Barmer, Bikaner, Hanumangarh, Pali and Sriganganagar.
In Punjab, the temperature dropped by 8 degrees on Monday for the third consecutive day. The temperature in the state was recorded at 30 to 40 degrees due to cloudy weather throughout the day and winds at a speed of 31-36 km per hour and rain in the night. In many districts, the temperature has dropped by 5 to 8 degrees. In Haryana, several districts, including Karnal and Gurgaon, received rains. Entire Haryana has recorded 1.8 mm rainfall. There are also hail in many places. It rained intermittently in many places till late evening.
Madhya Pradesh receives 348% more rainfall than normal, Bhopal 477% more
The fifth day of Nautapa passed on Monday. For the first time in the rainy season, 48 districts of the state received rains simultaneously. The storm hit the capital at 7 am on Sunday. Then it rained for half an hour. The night temperature dropped by 5.20 degrees to <> degrees due to the cold caused by the rain. It was seven degrees below normal.
The night temperature in Bhopal reached 26 degrees after 20 days. According to the Meteorological Center, the state has received 1.77 mm rainfall since March 1. This is 17% more than the normal rainfall of 2.348 so far. Bhopal district has so far received 121.3 mm rainfall. This is 21% more than the normal rainfall of 477 mm so far.