Delhi rains had made an appearance for a good three to four days initiating from the night of September 21. In fact, even today, i.e., on September 25, very light rains have been experienced over isolated areas.
Previously, on the day of Ganpati Visarjan, residents of Delhi did see heavy rains, but those showers were not able to dip their enthusiasm levels. As per weathermen at Skymet Weather, a low pressure over Haryana and a Western Disturbance over Jammu and Kashmir was the main reason behind heavy rains in the capital.
As of now, the low pressure has weakened into a cyclonic circulation and still lies over Haryana. However, the Western Disturbance has moved away, leading to dry weather by the evening of September 25. Along with this, winds have also changed their course from south easterly to north westerly.
Delhiites are still experiencing cloudy sky due to continuous persistence of moisture level in atmosphere. Now, the continuous flow of north westerly winds will decrease the coverage of convective clouds. This will in turn lead to a much clear sky and once again, people of Delhi will experience sunshine.
According to Skymet Weather, September 26 onward, sunny days will once again make an appearance over the national capital. No intense weather activity is expected in the coming week. By the end of this week, Southwest Monsoon will also begin to withdraw.
Moreover, this was the last spell of Monsoon rains for Delhiites as the possibility of any more rainfall in the coming days is quite bleak.
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