As predicted, Delhi and its adjoining areas such as Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad are all set to witness rain and thundershower activities. In fact, due to the formation of convective clouds, isolated pockets of the National Capital Region may also observe strong winds.
These weather activities will occur in association with an induced cyclonic circulation over Northwest Rajasthan and a trough extending from this circulation up to western parts of Uttar Pradesh currently passing across the southern parts of Delhi-NCR.
Thus, rain and thundershowers accompanied with strong winds are expected over Delhi and NCR during the next 24 hours. However, tomorrow afternoon onwards as the weather systems will move, the weather conditions over the region will also become almost dry.
In the wake of these rains, maximum temperatures are expected to drop by 2˚C to 3˚C. Whereas, minimum temperatures have already increased by a couple of degrees.
So, from March 26, day temperatures which have dropped will once again start rising due to clear and sunny sky conditions. Moreover, winds will change, and moderate northwesterly winds will start blowing over the region which will drop the night temperatures.
Taking about the pollution, Delhi and NCR is observing comfortable pollution levels since the last many days. However, few pockets have been experiencing unhealthy pollution levels as well. Now in the coming days, pollution levels over most parts of the city will remain on the lower side.
This will also be the last rainy episode for the month of March in Delhi and NCR. The next Western Disturbance to give weather activities over the National Capital Region is expected around April 3.
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