Temperature drops after rain in Delhi
Temperature drops after rain in Delhi

New Delhi: Delhi-NCR has been raining since Thursday morning. There is a drop in temperature due to rain. The Indian Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert on Thursday in view of the heavy rains. Due to the heavy rain in the morning, the situation of water logging in many places is getting occur. In the morning there was rain in the cities of NCR along with Delhi, due to which the humidity has ended. And the weather remains very breathtaking. It is cloudy and there is a possibility of light rains throughout the day.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, it will be cloudy all day on Thursday and there are chances of heavy rainfall at some places. Keeping this in mind, Orange Alert has also been issued. On Thursday morning there was a possibility of thunderstorms and rain, which proved to be true. The process of rain has been going on in Gurugram since night, which continues on Thursday morning. Due to rain, the problem of waterlogging in Narsinghpur on Delhi-Jaipur highway is increasing. Where many people are having trouble in the office time due to rain.

Heavy rains are still continuing in Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida, which can cause waterlogging in many places. Skymet Weather's Chief Meteorological Department Mahesh Palawat said that monsoon activity is very low in Delhi. The monsoon line is also not sticking around Delhi-NCR. In such a situation, there is a possibility of rain for the next few days. Due to which the clouds disappointed on Wednesday, the Meteorological Department has issued an Orange alert for Wednesday, but the clouds once again disappointed. Humid people from Delhi remained unhappy throughout the day and stared at the clouds. The maximum temperature has been recorded at 36.2 ° C, while the minimum temperature has been recorded at 27.4 ° C. The humidity level ranged from 60 to 92 percent. As far as rainfall is concerned, at Safdarjung by 5:30 pm, 0.2 mm. rained out.


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