Weather Today: Due to rising mercury in North India, clouds will rain in these states, know IMD’s weather forecast

IMD Weather Today: According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the national capital is expected to remain cloudy on Tuesday, August 29. Apart from this, there may be light rain in Haryana and surrounding areas. According to the Meteorological Department, there is less chance of rain around Delhi NCR for the next few days. However, due to the rising temperature, people may have trouble with the heat. Also, the maximum temperature of Delhi is expected to be 37 degree Celsius and minimum 27 degree Celsius on Tuesday. 

The rainy season is over in Uttar Pradesh. Due to lack of rain, people in the state are facing humid heat. However, a cloudy sky is expected in Ghaziabad of the state.

— RWFC New Delhi (@RWFC_ND) August 27, 2023


An increase in temperature by two to three degrees 
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the weather will remain dry in eastern and western parts of the country on Monday. Because of which light rain is expected in some areas. According to the information, heavy rains are expected in the state in September itself. IMD says that there will be good rains in many districts of the state in the beginning of September itself.

In Madhya Pradesh too, there has been a break in the monsoon once again. In many cities of the state, the temperature in the cities increased by two to three degrees. The Meteorological Department estimates that a new system is becoming active in the state, due to which the rainy season may start again from September 1-2.

It will rain in these states 
The weather is expected to be clear in Uttarakhand. The rains are still not stopping in Himachal Pradesh. According to the department, light drizzle is expected in the state on Tuesday as well. Apart from this, light rain is expected in some areas of Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Konkan, Tamil Nadu, Odisha. 

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