According to the India Meteorological Department, Delhi’s minimum temperature on Tuesday was 24.9 degrees Celsius, one degree above usual. The highest temperature will likely be around 42 degrees Celsius.
At 8.30 a.m., the relative humidity in the city was 37%, according to the weather agency. During the day, the weatherman predicts mostly clear skies. According to SAFAR data, the air quality in Delhi was moderate around 9 a.m., with the AQI measuring 233.
An AQI of zero to fifty is regarded good, 51 to one hundred satisfactory, 101 to 200 moderate, 201 to 300 poor, 301 to 400 very poor, and 401 to 500 severe. Heatwave conditions are unlikely in Delhi over the next three days, according to the IMD. A heatwave warning has been issued for the national capital, which will begin on April 28.
For weather warnings, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) utilises four colour codes: green (no action required), yellow (watch and remain updated), orange (be prepared), and red (take action) (take action) In April of this year, the city experienced eight heatwave days, the most in a single month since 2010 when 11 such days were recorded.