Delhi rains make a comeback; weather goes pleasant

Delhi rains make a comeback; weather goes pleasant

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Rain in Delhi

Delhi rains have finally made a comeback, paving way for pleasant weather conditions over the national capital. Thunderclouds were hovering over the city since early Monday morning, with rains following soon.

Places like Chandni Chowk, Darya Ganj, ITO and Laxmi Nagar have already reported some rains. These rains are likely to cover more parts of the city soon.  Not only this, adjoining areas of Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurugram and Faridabad are also likely to see some weather activity.

According to Skymet Weather, these showers will be of shorter duration but can be intense over few places. However, weather will continue to be warm and humid over Delhi NCR for the next 2 to 3 days.

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Weather conditions will be conducive for chances of short spell of rain in some parts tomorrow or day after. These showers will be entirely due to local cloud development but incessant rain over many places is not foreseen. The reason for this could be attributed to the trough that as of now is stagnant along the central parts of the country.

Delhi NCR

Take a look at the live lightning and thunderstorm status across Delhi NCR

During the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Sunday, no rainfall was recorded in both the observatories of Palam and Safdarjung.

Weatherman at Skymet expect that the trough of low will move towards the north and therefore many parts of northwestern plains including Delhi NCR will start receiving good rains by tomorrow.

There are possibilities of intermittent showers up till July 23-24 over the national capital and its adjoining regions of Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Gurugram.

The monthly average rainfall for Safdarjung observatory stands at 187.3 mm, while for Palam observatory,  the average is 174.4 mm. With these upcoming showers, the actual rainfall figures may stretch a bit but surpassing the target is still a long way.

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