The national capital has been witnessing below normal temperatures for quite a while now. While cold wave and cold conditions have disappeared from the city for sometime, rainfall activity has yet not been seen over the city.
In fact, if you talk about the last time that Delhi and the NCR region recorded rainfall, it was only around October 13 or 14 that the city did see some rain. Since then, rains have remained absent from the city and not even a single droplet has been recorded.
However, there is a very slight possibility that Delhi may see some rain around late night of Jan 12 or the early morning of January 13. Clouding will start to make appearance by tomorrow evening itself. These rains will only be in traces and nothing more than a couple of millimetres are likely if any. Delhi has not seen rain for about three months now, so this will be a welcome change.
The presence of these rainfall activities will be due to a western disturbance which has been a stronger one and is over the western Himalayas and it is expected to induce a cyclonic circulation over the plains which will give some rainfall over the foothills of Punjab and Haryana and there is a possibility that Delhi may also see a little bit of rain.