Between June 1 and August 25, Delhi is rain deficient by 6%. Most rain deficient part of Delhi is Central Delhi, which is deficient by 59%. Northwest, North East, and East Delhi are also rain deficient. North and Southwest parts of Delhi are rain surplus.
For the last few days, the weather of Delhi is comfortable with cloudy sky conditions. Isolated light rain activities were experienced in some parts of Delhi. The axis of the monsoon trough, which was running South of its normal position is shifting to North. A well-marked low-pressure area is over Eastern parts of the country is also moving towards Central India.
Monsoon is going to revive over Delhi and NCR and rain activities to commence over Delhi by tonight. There may be few moderate spells with one or two intense showers over Delhi and NCR between August 27 and 28.
The weather of Delhi is not going to become completely dry for at least next week. On and off light rain activities will continue over Delhi NCR after August 28.
The well-marked low-pressure area will continue to travel in the North West direction and may reach over southwest Uttar Pradesh as a low pressure by August 31. Rain over Delhi may once again increase between September 1st and 3rd.
We do not expect temperatures in Delhi to rise much until September 3rd and the weather is expected to remain pleasant and comfortable.