Bad Weather Conditions Likely in Delhi Next Week, IMD Issues Alert


Sultry weather conditions prevailed in Delhi on Friday. (PTI)

Sultry climate situations prevailed in Delhi on Friday. (PTI)

The division additionally issued a yellow alert for town on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. It has issued a inexperienced alert for the following two days.

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  • Last Updated:August 27, 2021, 20:07 IST
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The meteorological division has predicted unhealthy climate situations within the nationwide capital at the beginning of the following week. The division additionally issued a yellow alert for town on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. It has issued a inexperienced alert for the following two days.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) makes use of 4 color codes. Green’ means all is effectively and yellow’ signifies severely unhealthy climate. It additionally means that the climate might change for the more serious, inflicting disruption in day-to-day actions. Orange’ alert is issued as a warning for terribly unhealthy climate with the potential of disruption in commute with street and drain closures and interruption of energy provide. Red’ is when extraordinarily unhealthy climate situations are definitely going to disrupt journey and energy and have important threat to life.

Meanwhile, sultry climate situations prevailed in Delhi on Friday with the utmost temperature settling at 36 levels Celsius, two notches above the season’s common. The minimal temperature was recorded at 25.4 levels Celsius, a notch beneath regular.

Humidity ranges oscillated between 77 per cent and 49 per cent. The weatherman has predicted partly cloudy skies for Saturday with the utmost and minimal temperatures more likely to settle at round 35 and 25 levels Celsius, respectively.

On Thursday, Delhi had recorded a excessive of 35.2 levels Celsius and a low of 26.6 levels Celsius.

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