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Rain in Delhi-NCR to continue; intensity to reduce after 24 hours

Rain in Delhi-NCR to continue; intensity to reduce after 24 hours

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Monsoon 2018 rains in Delhi rains

Delhi-NCR region has received heavy to very heavy rainfall activity during the last 24 hours as the axis of monsoon trough was quite close to the Delhi area. In fact, the Ridge observatory recorded very heavy rainfall activity to the tune 118 mm.

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In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Friday, Delhi’s Ayanagar observatory recorded 78.8 mm of rain, followed by Safdarjung 53.6 mm and Palam 21.6 mm of rain.

Now also these rainfall activities are likely to continue over the Delhi-NCR region especially the southern and eastern parts. Short spell shower and rain is expected over many parts of the Delhi and adjoining areas.

Further, the axis of monsoon trough is expected to move southwards. Thus, we expect rainfall activity to reduce tomorrow onwards.

Currently, comfortable and humid weather conditions are prevailing over the region. However, rain showers are likely to prevail anytime over parts of Delhi, especially over the Gurugram and Gautam Buddha Nagar.

Few spells of rain and thundershowers may occur at many places of Gurgaon, Central, North, North East, North West, South West, West, Baghpat, Ghaziabad, Gautam Buddha Nagar districts of Delhi-NCR during next 12 hours.

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