Delhi NCR Weather: Temperatures to rise to 3 degrees Celsius in Gurgaon, heat wave likely from May 16: IMD | Gurgaon News

Gurgaon: The maximum temperature in the city is likely to increase by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius in the next two days, with heatwave conditions likely from May 16. So far, no heat wave has been recorded in the city this season.

The city witnessed clear skies and bright sunshine on Sunday. The minimum temperature settled at 26 degrees Celsius compared to Saturday's 24.4 degrees Celsius – about three degrees above normal.

The maximum temperature rose to 39.7 degrees Celsius from Saturday's 39 degrees, which was normal for this time of the year.

According to the IMD, the city's climate conditions are significantly deviating from the normal pattern for this time of the year, with a warmer trend expected in the near future. “The region is likely to witness heatwave conditions from May 16 onwards. The maximum temperature is likely to be around 42-43 degrees Celsius, while the minimum is likely to be between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius. ,” said an IMD official.

“Seven Western Disturbances were observed in April and May, but no significant rainfall was recorded due to them. But strong winds prevailed in the region for several days, which did not increase the temperature. Two dust storms were observed, This brought down the temperature,” he added.

According to the IMD, a day is classified as a heatwave day when the maximum temperature is 4.5 degrees Celsius or more than normal, and the minimum temperature is 40 degrees Celsius.

If the maximum temperature reaches 45 degrees Celsius or more, it is also considered a heat wave. When the maximum temperature rises by 6.5 degrees Celsius or more above the normal temperature, an 'extreme' heat wave is declared.

Meanwhile, the day temperature in Delhi on Sunday was 39.8 degrees Celsius at Safdarjung, the city's base station. The minimum temperature was 25.8 degrees Celsius. Light rain or drizzle may occur in some parts of Delhi on Monday evening. The maximum temperature is likely to rise from Monday and may touch 42 degrees Celsius by May 17.

Meanwhile, Delhi's air quality improved to 'moderate' from 'poor' category on Saturday. The overall Air Quality Index (AQI) was 183 on Sunday as against 239 a day earlier. AQI is forecast to remain below 200 for the next few days.

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