After rainy Tuesday, Delhi is all set to witness another rainy day. In fact, rains have already lashed several parts of Delhi-NCR since Wednesday morning.
According to Skymet Weather, rain bearing clouds have been hovering over the national capital since morning hours. Rains finally made an appearance around 12 pm. However, as reiterated, rains were patchy in nature. While few areas saw some sharp spells, some settled with drizzle only.
The weather in last two days has been governed by fluctuation of the Monsoon trough. There have been two cyclonic circulations, one over Haryana and adjoining areas, while another Chhattisgarh and Odisha. These systems have kept the Monsoon trough south of its normal position, which is running quite close to Delhi-NCR.
At present, there is no Western Disturbance prevailing over Jammu and Kashmir. Had it been there, Delhi could have seen fairly widespread rain and thundershowers, that too for prolonged period.
These ongoing rains have kept the day temperatures under check, that settled below normal by three degrees.
As per weathermen, weather conditions remain conducive for more rains and thundershowers during the next 24 hours. Trough would continue to run in close vicinity of Delhi-NCR. Thus, sky will remain cloudy, giving patchy rains with few sharp spells. However, major amount of rains is likely during the latter part of the day.
However, as compared to the previous day, humidity will remain high that would lead to increase in the day maximum.
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