Rain lashes parts of Delhi, more likely

New Delhi: The weather has suddenly changed in the national capital this morning in Delhi and heavy rain has lashed many areas. The weather has changed due to rain here and people have got relief from the heat. Several low-lying areas of Delhi have been inundated due to rain and waterlogging on Shankar Road has slowed down the wind-wave conditions. At the same time, there is a long jam at many places. In fact, the Met department (IMD) has predicted rain in its forecast tomorrow.

On the other hand, the Met department had predicted light to moderate rain in the national capital Delhi on Sunday. The Met department said the maximum temperature is likely to be 34 degrees and the minimum is 27 degrees today. Skymet, on the other hand, says that the monsoon trough is currently passing through the South of Delhi. Due to this, some places in the capital are witnessing daily drizzle and light rain. In fact, the Indian Meteorological Department says that the city received seven mm of rain in the last 24 hours. In fact, the Met department had predicted cloudy skies and light rain or thundershowers during the day.

The Met department said Delhi may receive an average rainfall of 95 to 106 percent in the month of August and Delhi received heavy rainfall in July and erratic weather conditions. The maximum temperature was recorded at 33.2 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature at 27.3 degrees Celsius last Saturday.

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