Weather Update: Relief from Heatwave in Some Parts of India

Reported by Pushpa

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Delhi’s temperature remained below normal at 38 degrees Celsius, with humidity ranging from 15% to 61%. Good news for Delhiites: no heatwave expected in the capital for the next 10 days, unless it crosses 45 degrees Celsius.

A western disturbance is bringing changes, with Delhi likely to see light rain, cloudy skies, and strong winds on Friday and Saturday. The rest of India can expect relief too, with southern states expecting light rains to cool things down.

Northeastern states like Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram are also in for some relief, with light to moderate rainfall expected, along with thunderstorms and gusty winds.

Meanwhile, parts of South Interior Karnataka, north Coastal Andhra Pradesh, and south Rayalaseema are likely to experience moderate to intense thunderstorms.

However, heatwave conditions are predicted in Western Rajasthan, Saurashtra Kutch, and North Interior Karnataka on May 7th. And on May 5th, there’s a possibility of heatwaves in several regions including Gangetic West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Stay informed and stay cool!

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