The sky will be partly cloudy in Delhi on Tuesday. Strong winds can blow at a speed of 20 to 25 kilometers per hour during the day. The maximum and minimum temperatures in the national capital on Tuesday are likely to be 35 and 22 degrees Celsius respectively. There are severe heat and heat wave conditions in some parts of Bihar. On Monday, the mercury reached 40 degrees Celsius or above in at least nine districts of the state. There is a possibility of a 30-35 percent increase in temperature from normal in the next 15 days. Instructions have been given to be prepared to deal with the scorching heat and heat waves and to make all necessary preparations.

Heatwave conditions in many parts of the state in two to three days

The maximum temperature on Monday in Sheikhpura district of Bihar was 41.8 degrees Celsius, 41.2 degrees Celsius in Aurangabad, 40.9 degrees Celsius in Khagaria, 40.7 degrees Celsius in Bhojpur, Banka, and Nawada, 40.2 degrees Celsius in Dehri (Rohtas), 40 degrees in Gaya and Motihari. Celsius was recorded. IMD officials said that heat wave conditions will continue in many parts of the state in the next two to three days.


IMD has issued a heat wave warning in Mumbai and neighboring Thane and Raigarh districts till Tuesday. IMD officials said that the maximum temperature in all three districts can reach 38 degrees Celsius. An IMD Mumbai official said that a heat wave warning has been issued for the country's financial capital as well as Raigarh and Thane districts on Monday and Tuesday. The maximum temperature is likely to be between 36 to 38 degrees Celsius. The administration in Mumbai has already issued guidelines for people to deal with heat waves during the summer season.

More rain is expected in the monsoon

The India Meteorological Department has predicted above-average monsoon rainfall in 2024. Monsoon generally arrives in Kerala around June 1 and retreats in mid-September. This year the average rainfall is expected to be 106 percent. El Nino, which disrupts the monsoon, is weakening and will go away by the time the monsoon arrives. La Nina causes excessive rainfall in India. It will be established by August.