Delhi to face heat wave for next seven days, relief from rain in Mumbai… Know how the weather will be

From Delhi NCR to Punjab, there is no sign of respite from the scorching heat. According to a bulletin of the Meteorological Department, severe heat wave will continue in Delhi NCR for the next two days. The maximum temperature in Delhi may hover around 45 degrees during this week. Delhi NCR has been suffering from severe heat for the past one month. The minimum temperature may also rise for the next seven days.

Along with Delhi, the heat wave is likely to continue in Uttar Pradesh, Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, West Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. Apart from these states, Odisha, Jharkhand and Bihar are likely to experience heat wave at most places. Talking about Delhi only, there is no hope of relief from heatwave and heatwave till June 16. The Meteorological Department has issued a weather forecast for the next 7 days, with Orange Alert for heat wave in Delhi for the first three days and Yellow Alert for the remaining four days.

Where the rain

Currently, heat wave is prevailing in most states of North and North-West India, while rains continued in South and West India on Monday. Heavy rain may occur in most parts of South Madhya Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka on Tuesday also. As far as North-East is concerned, Assam and Meghalaya may experience heavy rain till Thursday i.e. June 13.

Rain in Mumbai

It started raining in Mumbai around 7 pm on Monday. Mumbai has so far received 50 mm of rain in about 24 hours. The ongoing rains in Mumbai have led to waterlogging in some places. In Byculla, Sion, Dadar, Mazgaon, Kurla, Vikhroli and Andheri, people faced many difficulties in walking on the roads due to water logging due to rain. Local trains were disrupted due to waterlogging on the tracks.

Holidays in Bihar till June 15

The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for intense heat and heat wave in North and South Bihar. Keeping this in mind, school holidays have been declared from June 11 to June 15 in Bihar. Temperatures are still hovering around 44-45 degrees in most districts of Bihar.


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