New Delhi: Half of the month of September has passed, but it is hot that she is not taking the name of giving up. Neither the humidity is decreasing nor the temperature. There are clouds but no rain. The situation in the NCR is humid like coastal India and one can’t live without air condition.
According to Jagran, Dr. Mritunjay Mahapatra, Director General of the Indian Meteorological Department, explained the weather in detail.
In response to this question, he said that the monsoon is not going away. Monsoon activities are still going on in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. Even in Delhi, there is no possibility of strong rains now, but light rain may be ahead. In this case, by the end of the month.
Weather like April-May in September? On this this question, Dr. Mrityunjay Mohapatra said that when the time of monsoon return is near, the weather starts to dry. The wind also begins to be eastern or southern eastern. This increases both heat and temperature. It is not uncommon to feel heat in late September and early October.
This time in the month of September, when the rainfall also reduced to 64, he said that so far only 20.9 percent of the rain has been received in the month of September. This is the normal rainfall of this normal month i.e. 58.3 mm. 64 percent less than the figure of.
He said that local factors also have an effect. Then whether it is a decreasing green area of Delhi or excessive pollution here. Concrete jungle has also spread a lot in Delhi. This does not allow the water to go into the earth as much as it should. The ground water level is also not recharged better.
He said that at the moment there is no hope of changing the weather. East winds are on. This will create humid summer. Changes in weather should be expected by the latter part of October. Not before. Then the wind direction will be northwest or west. These winds have both coolness and humidity. Due to these effects, the temperature will start to decrease.
When will the weather change? On this, Dr. Mrityunjay Mohapatra said that it would be difficult to say anything about it right now. At the moment, the monsoon is not completely over. There is still time to change the direction of the winds. Therefore, nothing can be said at the arrival of winter.