National Capital likely to receive another spell of rain; IMD issues orange alert

The National Capital Delhi is likely to witness another spell of light to moderate precipitation starting Wednesday night, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).  An orange alert has been issued for moderate rain in the city on Thursday. Intense rain is also expected at isolated places. An orange alert is issued as a warning for extremely bad weather with the potential of disruption in commute with road and drain closures and interruption of power supply.

News Delhi reportedly recorded a minimum temperature of 25.2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.  Strong winds are forecast to sweep the city during the day and the maximum temperature is likely to settle around 34 degrees Celsius, a MeT forecast said. Light rain is expected at night. Moderate rain is predicted over the next two days, which means Delhi is likely to witness another record for monsoon precipitation, an IMD official said.

New Delhi has already recorded 1,146.4 mm of rainfall so far this monsoon season, the highest in 46 years and almost double the precipitation gauged last year. Normally, Delhi records 653.6 mm of rainfall during the monsoon season.  As per reports, between June 1, when the monsoon starts, and September 14, the city normally gets 607.7 mm of rainfall. The monsoon has dumped 390 mm of rainfall in Delhi this month till Tuesday, the highest in September in 77 years.

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