As on August 26, Delhi is rain deficient by 36%. The capital city has received 250.6 mm of rain against the normal of 394.1 mm. In fact, Delhi has not witnessed typical Monsoon rains throughout the season. Although few good spells were seen on August 6 and 7, with another good spell on August 14, 15 and 17.
Since then, patchy and localised rain activities are continuing over Delhi and NCR. The experts have to say that another spell of moderate rains is expected in Delhi and NCR between August 31 to September 3. During this time also, the rain will be in patches with cloudy sky in offing. We can expect pleasant weather during this time as these rains are likely to bring the mercury down.
Also, the temperatures during this time will be in higher 20s and lower 30s. Despite these rains, the rain deficiency will not improve majorly, only a marginal relief is expected. These rains will be in wake of the Axis of Monsoon Trough which will be in the vicinity of Delhi and NCR.
Hopefully, these rains will once again help Delhiites to breath clean air as the Air Quality Index is expected to improve during this time.
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