This has been a month of extreme weather around the world

Even for a world getting used to wild weather, May seems stuck on strange.

Heatwave killed people, numbers killed conscience

“Qu’ils mangent de la brioche” —‘’Let them eat cake” – quipped Queen Marie- Antoinette, bride of France’s King Louis XVI, some where around in 1789 when she was told that her French subjects were dying and had no bread to eat.

Pleasant weather in Bengaluru, rain likely

 Bengaluru is likely to experience a pleasant weather with a cloudy sky and the possibility of rain on Thursday, a day when the rest of the country sizzled due to a heat wave, officials said.

Houston submerged as wild weather kills 20 in US, Mexico

Torrential rain left large parts of Houston submerged on Tuesday and trapped fans at an NBA basketball game, in savage weather that has killed nearly 20 people in the United States and Mexico.

Another scorcher in Delhi

 As the heat wave persists, Delhiites braced for another scorcher today with minimum temperature settling at 28 degrees Celsius, one degree above normal for this time of the season.

Warm day in national capital

It was a warm Monday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded at 28.0 degrees Celsius, a notch above the season`s average.

Winter chill kills 20 times more people than hot weather

When it comes to death toll due to weather, cold winters claim 20 times more lives than hot summers, finds an international study.

Develop models to forecast unseasonal rains: ISRO chief

Indian meteorologists have to develop new models to predict unseasonal rains, which damaged rabi crops in many parts of the country causing huge losses, the space agency chief said on Wednesday.

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Clear weather to continue in Kashmir

 Most parts of Jammu and Kashmir will witness clear weather next week, a local Met official said.

Scientists warn of 'substantial' El Nino effect later this year

Scientists have warned an El Nino effect was under way in the tropical Pacific , and could be substantial.

Light rains bring some respite from heat in Delhi

Delhiites on Tuesday got some respite from the intense heat following light rains in different parts of the national capital.

Clear Sunday in Delhi

It was a warm Sunday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded at 26.2 degrees Celsius, one notch above the season`s average.

Tropical Storm Ana heads toward US southeast
Tropical Storm Ana heads toward US southeast

Tropical storm Ana barreled toward the US southeastern coast Saturday, threatening flooding, high winds and life-threatening tides in the region, forecasters warned.

Over 1,000 flee as Typhoon Noul threatens northern Philippines
Over 1,000 flee as Typhoon Noul threatens northern Philippines

More than 1,000 people were evacuated from their homes as Typhoon Noul approached the northern Philippines, threatening flash floods, landslides and tsunami-like storm surges, government agencies warned on Sunday.

Delhi to sizzle at 44 degrees Celcius, hot days ahead

It was a sunny Thursday morning in the national capital, with the minimum temperature settling three notches above the season's average at 27.6 degrees Celsius.

"The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 44 degrees Celsius," MeT department officials said.

Sunny Wednesday in Delhi, temperature to hover around 37 degrees Celsius

It was a sunny Wednesday morning here and the day's maximum temperature is likely to hover around 37 degrees Celsius, the Met office said.

Weather likely to improve in Kashmir

It was a cloudy morning on Tuesday in Srinagar and the state. But despite the inclement weather, the Jammu-Srinagar highway remained open for one-way traffic on Tuesday.

Volcano ash causing misery for Chile, Argentina

Ash from Chile`s Calbuco volcano visited more misery on air passengers across South America on Sunday, as towns and cities struggled to clean up from last week`s two powerful eruptions.

At least 20 killed after heavy rains in Peshawar, Pakistan: Officials

At least 20 people were killed and around 100 injured Sunday after heavy rain and flooding in Pakistan`s northwest city of Peshawar caused dozens of buildings to collapse, senior police official Mian Syed told AFP.