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Blistering Heat in Delhi Troubles Populace again

July 22
16:53 2016

weatherNew Delhi, Friday, July 22 – Intense heat during the daytime has been once again bothering people residing in the national capital. It rained for several occasions in the last week, introducing comfort eyed by the masses. After downpour greeted the population early this week, possibility of a soothing week was high. But that did not turn true. Delhi and a few other regions are reeling under scorching heat another time. Likelihood of showers is high in the peak monsoon period but Delhiites might have to bear the brunt for next a couple of days.

Despite the fact that heat is not creating huge trouble for the dwellers as it did during the last month, it is creating a mess for the kids and elderly people, who usually get affected by the change in weather easily. The city has been receiving immense sunshine right from the dawn. The heat is felt till late evening. According to weather reports for this week, maximum temperature will vary in the range of 34 degree Celsius and 36 degree Celsius, while on the other hand, minimum temperature is to fluctuate between 25 degree Celsius and 27 degree Celsius. People residing in Lucknow were able to heave a sigh of relief thanks to sudden showers today that put a ceiling on hot climatic conditions to a certain extent. Speedy rains in some sectors let people get a break from intolerable heat. A few cities are supposed to witness showers as well but sunrays post precipitation will add to humidity and inconvenience.

Sunlit days is said to not stay for long this time. Sky is to slightly get overcast at different places, giving populace have respite for a short time. Several cases regarding high fever, pain in throat while swallowing and headaches have been reported in the hospitals. Doctors held extreme change in climate, which was a mix of hot and pleasant conditions in the recent past, responsible for witnessing rise in number of patients. The weather reports suggest that the percentage of humidity in the air will increase from 58 per cent to 69 per cent towards the weekend due to likelihood of rainfall. Delhiites waiting for rain to come again will be happy to see it lashing the roads soon.

Regardless of the fact that sunshine starts getting sweltering in the morning time, weather is a problem these days for daily commuters. Sweaty faces of school children during afternoon give a clear idea that how warm are the conditions outside. Inhabitants wait for a clear signal that the kind of breather they have been looking forward to gets on the cards in a little while. Given that weather will a blend of both hot and mild temperatures, the queues outside hospitals may get bigger. 60 per cent to 90 per cent rainfall is likely throughout next week. Provided that most cities are receiving plenty of sunshine as soon as the day starts, care is to be taken from personal front to avoid being affected by the viral influenza.

As a matter of fact, intensity of heat during the noontime becomes intolerable. If a real picture of the current scenario is to be painted then most of the travellers prefer commuting via metro trains, which have actually turned lifeline of Delhi, since both long and short distances can be covered while being in the air conditioned coaches. This feasible mode of commuting allows many to skip heat attack as much as possible. Taking into consideration the recent pattern of climate in July, it is predicted to see sky with some clouds anytime in a day, letting the temperatures settle on at a point which is usually doesn’t bother populace. In spite the fact that warmness in the surroundings isn’t alike what’s observed during summer months, the masses are yet making sure not to get dehydrated while being under the sun.

Rains are awaited but people would not like to see lanes getting water-logged, making traffic to snarl.  Rise and drop of only a few notches is in the offing. Major respite isn’t anticipated as of today but things are to improve soon. According to weathermen, remaining days of the present month will not be very warm due to high possibility of thunderstorm. Pace of the wind on Friday will be 16 km per hour that will drop to 23 km per hour. People may witness good amount of showers during Shravan month, which started July 20. Here is to describe that rains are imperative to bring thirst of the earth to an end and even improve production. Flood-like situation in some cities late last week was thanks to poor drainage system. Weather is anticipated continue to posing problem on the masses. Given that transition phase is not over yet, chances of seeing patients thronging hospitals to get apt treatment of seasonal flu, dengue and so on are high as well.



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