Delhiites experienced yet another episode of a dust storm and Monsoon rains the last day. Counting from the day Monsoon has covered the national capital, the last day’s showers can be titles as the second good Monsoon rains after June 27.
In fact, since the onset of Monsoon over the city, it has been constantly recording light rains that intensified yesterday. With this, Palam Observatory recorded rains to the tune of 36.2 mm, the Safdarjung Observatory also registered 25 mm of rains in the last 24 hours, from 08:30 am on Monday.
These Monsoon rains were no lesser than a miracle for Delhiites who were battling with hot and humid weather conditions. However, Skymet Weather brings in another piece of good news for the people of Delhi and its adjoining Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, and Faridabad.
As per Skymet Weather, Delhi and NCR can expect another round of passing showers today as well. The intensity of the rains may be more during the last afternoon or evening hours.
Skymet Weather reiterates that the Monsoon trough has shifted towards the foothills of Himalayas and now, southwesterly winds from the Arabian Sea are merging with dry northwesterly winds prevailing over parts of Haryana and Delhi.
Due to the amalgamation of both kind of winds, thunderclouds developed over North Rajasthan and Delhi NCR, leading to intense thundershowers during last evening. As of now also, conditions are favorable for one or two spells of thundershowers during the next 24 hours.
Thereafter, as the dry northwesterly winds would continue to prevail over Delhi and NCR, the weather of the national capital and its adjoining boundaries may become dry. However, as the moisture content from the rains would remain present in the atmosphere, possibilities of spot showers cannot be completely ruled out. Thereafter, the next good spell can be expected after a break of almost six to seven days i.e. around July 9 or 10.
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