During the last 24 hours, Delhi and NCR witnessed very light rains. While Safdarjung observatory managed to receive rains to the tune of 1.8 mm, Ridge observatory recorded trace rains.
This rainfall activity is prevailing due to Delhi’s vicinity to a few weather systems formed over the country.
Presently, a Low Pressure Area lies over Northwest parts of Madhya Pradesh and adjoining regions. While, a feeble Western Disturbance as an upper air trough is moving North of Jammu and Kashmir. The western end of Axis of Monsoon Trough is passing over northern parts of Rajasthan which is close to Delhi. Under the influence of these conditions, moisture inflow is constantly prevailing over Delhi and NCR.
Hence, light rainfall activity will be further affecting over Delhi and adjoining regions. Rains of light intensity can be seen at one or two places. Since all these systems are moving slowly hence these weather conditions to continue during the next 48 hours.
Very warm weather conditions were prevailing over Delhi and NCR since the last few days. So much so that Delhi recorded the highest temperature of the month during the last 10 years, on September 11. Moreover, this warm weather clubbed with high humidity was only making things worse for Delhiites. As on September 14, Delhi and NCR is experiencing a 39% deficit rainfall. This upcoming rain only brings in a wave of relief.
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