Weather Update: Delhi-Punjab including northern India today will get relief from the scorching heat



New Delhi: The people of northern India, including the capital Delhi, have finally got relief from the scorching heat. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) officials said that strong winds lashed Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and Rajasthan and several parts of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday. The maximum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 42.4 degrees Celsius while the minimum was recorded at 29 degrees Celsius. According to the IMD, the mercury is likely to remain under control for the next one to two days with partial cloud cover and drizzle.

Hurricanes, dust storms or strong winds of up to 30-40 kmph can blow in and around the area. According to a report by Skymet Weather, pre-monsoon rains are likely to intensify in Delhi and the National Capital Region from today and this situation is likely to continue till May 24. This may lead to a slight drop in temperature in Delhi and the National Capital Region.

Rain alert in these states


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He said that one person died due to wall collapse in East Bardhaman district while another died due to lightning strike in Nadia district. Police said that two boys were killed when their boat capsized in Ravinder Sarovar Lake on the occasion of Kal Baisakhi. Disaster Management Minister Javed Ahmed Khan said the storm had uprooted several trees in Kolkata, affecting traffic.

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