In the recent past, Delhi and its adjoining areas such as Noida, Gurugram, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad had experienced rain and thundershower activities. During the last 24 hours as well, some isolated to scattered showers made an appearance, but these were highly localised and patchy. While most other areas observed dry weather only.
At present, the axis of Monsoon Trough is South of Delhi and passing through South Rajasthan, South Madhya Pradesh and extending up to North Bay of Bengal. Moreover, easterly winds have increased moisture levels. In the wake of these systems, isolated patchy rains may continue in Delhi and NCR area for the next 24 hours.
By tomorrow, the axis of Monsoon Trough would once again start shifting northwards, thus enhancing the rainfall activities over the region. And Isolated to scattered Monsoon showers are likely.
Further, by August 1, the Monsoon rains will pick up a pace and continue to lash the National Capital Territory until August 5. However, rains may not be a continuous affair and short breathers in between are likely.
Moreover, rains will mostly remain confined to morning, late evening or night hours. Meanwhile, the sky would remain cloudy to partly cloudy throughout this rainy episode.
These rains will keep a check on the temperatures and make the weather pleasant for Delhiites. Sultry weather conditions will certainly ease out. Thus, we can say that another rainy spell is set to hit Delhi and NCR area.
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