The average rainfall for the month of January for Delhi is 19.3 mm and in the first two weeks of the month, the city has already recorded 17.8 mm of rain, inching close to crossing the monthly average rainfall. During the last 24 hours, Delhi and NCR witnessed patchy rains with thundershower activities.
The Western Disturbance has now moved away from the hills due to which Delhi and its adjoining areas of Noida, Gurugram, Ghaziabad and Faridabad will observe dry weather for a day. and winds will be northwesterly.
Another Western Disturbance is expected over the Western Himalayas by January 15 which will start affecting the weather of Delhi and NCR area in terms of isolated light rain. The intensity is going to increase on January 16.
During this period the day temperature will subside due to the rainfall activities and cloud cover. Cold day conditions will start to prevail in Delhi and its adjoining areas like Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad. The minimum temperature will, however, get arrested making nights a little comfortable in the region.
The Western Disturbances are expected to approach in quick succession. Therefore, the weather in Delhi will not go dry. Until January 19, on and off rain is expected in Delhi and NCR in varied intensity. Moderate to dense fog is also anticipated in Delhi and its adjoining areas during this period.
The weather will start clearing up by January 20.
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