Delhi NCR has seen patchy rains for the past few days. Moreover, during the last 24 hours also, rains of varied intensity were seen over many parts of the national capital. In fact, heavy showers were also witnessed over isolated pockets.
In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Safdarjung recorded a whopping 40.5 mm of rains, Ayanagar 21.6 mm of rains, Najafgarh 26 mm, Lodhi Road 12 mm, and Palam 3.2 mm of rainfall.
During this time, some sharp showers were seen in some parts of the national capital. Rains have been occurring over the national capital for the last couple of days as well.
These rains have occurred due to the Monsoon trough in proximity of Delhi. A feeble Western Disturbance over the Western Himalayas has also had an effect on these rains. The axis of Monsoon trough continues to pass close to Delhi and its oscillation has been causing rains and will continue to do so.
With this, light winds will prevail, and strong winds will remain on the backseat due to which conditions will remain on the higher side. Some sunshine and partly cloudy sky conditions will keep conditions humid itself.
During the next 48 hours, rains will remain patchy in nature over the city of Delhi. After that, Monsoon trough will shift north of Delhi. Whenever a trough shifts from south to north, more weather activity is seen thus, rains will become slightly heavier after that.
Temperatures will remain in the mid-30s; thus, conditions will remain uncomfortable when it doesn’t rain that much.
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