Since the last 48 hours, Delhi and its adjoining areas of Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad have been receiving very good pre-Monsoon weather activities in terms of dust storm, rain and thundershowers, especially during the late evening hours.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Friday, Delhi’s Palam Observatory recorded 20 mm of rainfall, which is the heaviest spell to be recorded for the city in this Pre-Monsoon season so far. Along with Delhi, many other parts of North India are also witnessing good pre-Monsoon showers.
Now the Western Disturbance over Jammu and Kashmir will gradually move away eastwards and the cyclonic circulation over West Rajasthan will fade away leading to decreased pre-Monsoon weather activities in Delhi-NCR. However, one or two short spells of rain and thundershower activity is possible in the National Capital Region today.
Tomorrow these weather activities will clear up leading to somewhat dry condition in Delhi and NCR area. Although, sky may still remain partly cloudy.
In the wake of clear weather conditions, the temperatures which were settling below normal will begin to rise again.
Between May 21 and 23, another Western Disturbance is likely to affect the adjoining states of Punjab and Haryana. The impact of this weather system will be minimal in Delhi-NCR, but thundery activities cannot be ruled out during this period. The temperatures in the National Capital Region will remain under check due to weather activities in the adjoining states.
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