Delhi to receive heavy rainfall by September 10, IMD predicts
Delhi to receive heavy rainfall by September 10, IMD predicts

New Delhi: The Met department has predicted that the country's capital Delhi may receive rain once again for the next four days from Monday. However, it will not be like torrential rains like in the past. Dr. R.K. Jenamani, Senior Scientist, Department of Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has informed that light to moderate rain may occur in Delhi on the morning of September 6 or 7. Moderate rain is expected on September 7 and 8 and will continue till September 9.

He also said that it may get high rainfall on September 10.  There will be light drizzle and no rise in temperature. Dr. Jenamani further said, 'There was less rainfall in June, although it was higher in July than it was. Decreased in August, but record rainfall in September. Delhi received 980 mm of rainfall throughout the monsoon season, which is 50 per cent higher than normal."

He further said, 'After 2010, this year there have been record-breaking rainfall. September is yet to come and the monsoon is not expected to leave so soon.' Referring to the effects of climate change, he said it has led to an increase in heavy rainfall incidents in the recent past. This is clearly visible in Delhi this year.

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