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Rain in parts of North India, mercury hovers around normal levels

Mercury hovered around normal levels as rain lashed many areas of northern and eastern India on Wednesday even though high levels of humidity caused discomfort to people.

Rains keep mercury near normal in several parts of country

Hirakud and Malkangiri in Odisha recorded the maximum temperature in the country at 44 degrees Celsius each.

Orange alert issued in Delhi by MeT department as heat wave scorches North India

Orange alert issued in Delhi by MeT department as heat wave scorches North India

Heat wave scorched northern states of India with Palodhi in Rajasthan sizzling at 50.5 degrees Celsius.

2016 Indian summer could prove to be the hottest ever: IMD

2016 Indian summer could prove to be the hottest ever: IMD

The US' National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOOA) has also stated that 2016 is likely to beat 2015 as the hottest year on record globally.

Temperatures soar across India; mercury touches 45.8 degrees in Odisha's Sonepur

Temperatures soar across India; mercury touches 45.8 degrees in Odisha's Sonepur

Mercury continued to soar across the country on Friday, mostly in central and peninsular states where several pockets recorded high temperatures over 40 degrees Celsius.

Monsoon to be 'above normal' in 2016; drought-hit Marathwada likely to receive 'good' rains: IMD

Monsoon to be 'above normal' in 2016; drought-hit Marathwada likely to receive 'good' rains: IMD

IMD director-general LS Rathore told a press briefing that the Monsoon this year is going to be above normal.

Relatively warm day in North India

Mercury remained above normal limits on Thursday at most places in North India.

Chill descends on North; Leh, Kargil shiver at -12°C

Chill descends on North; Leh, Kargil shiver at -12°C

Mercury continued to dive in most parts of the Northern plains with cool breeze adding to the chill, while the minimum temperature in Delhi on Monday plunged to settle at 6 degrees Celsius for the first time since the onset of winter.

Cloudy, humid morning in Delhi

It was a cloudy, humid morning here on Sunday.

Rains forecast across India

Many parts of India are set to receive heavy to very heavy rains over the next two days, the India Meteorological Department said on Sunday.

Widespread rains affect normal life in North India

Widespread rains affect normal life in North India

Heavy to very heavy rains considerably brought down temperature in North India even as it led to waterlogging and disruption of road traffic in Delhi and other metros and landslide on several stretches of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.

Rainfall declines in July, negative in all regions except north-west

Rainfall declines in July, negative in all regions except north-west

In signs of deficient monsoon, the country has experienced decline in rainfall in July and almost all regions except the north-west have started registering negative precipitation.

Southwest Monsoon weakens over coastal Karnataka

Southwest Monsoon weakens over coastal Karnataka

The Southwest Monsoon weakened over coastal Karnataka even as rain and thundershowers are expected in most places in coastal and south interior Karnataka, the meteorological department said on Wednesday.

Indian Ocean warming has weakened Monsoon in parts of India: Study

Indian Ocean warming has weakened Monsoon in parts of India: Study

Rapid warming of the Indian Ocean in the past century has led to a significant decrease in summer Monsoon rainfall over the central-east and northern regions of India, a new study led by an Indian scientist said on Tuesday.

Hot Monday in Delhi, no relief likely on Tuesday

The national capital experienced a sunny and hot Monday as the maximum temperature settled three notches above the season's average at 42.9 degrees Celsius. Similar weather is likely on Tuesday, the Met Office said.

Depression over Arabian Sea, heavy rains likely in West Coast: IMD

Depression over Arabian Sea, heavy rains likely in West Coast: IMD

India Meteorological Department (IMD) is closely monitoring a depression that has developed over the Arabian Sea and is expected to turn into a "deep depression", bringing heavy rains in Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

Current heatwave in India is fifth deadliest ever in the world: Report

Current heatwave in India is fifth deadliest ever in the world: Report

The current heatwave gripping India is the fifth deadliest ever in the world, as per a report in a leading Daily.

Heatwave toll in Andhra Pradesh reaches 1,490

Heatwave toll in Andhra Pradesh reaches 1,490

The death toll due to heatwave sweeping Andhra Pradesh crossed the 1400 mark on Friday, claiming 156 more lives in the last 24 hours, officials said.

Death toll climbs to over 1400 as intense heatwave continues in India

Death toll climbs to over 1400 as intense heatwave continues in India

The death toll due to intense heat wave sweeping across many parts of the country continued to mount and reached 1412 on Wednesday, with only Andhra Pradesh and Telangana accounting for 1360 deaths.​

Thunderstorm cools down temperature in North

A moderate thunderstorm hit several parts of North India, bringing light rains and cooling down temperature on Tuesday.