Delhi rains had remained absent for a really long time. So much so that the city has been witnessing dry weather conditions for quite some time now. In fact, the last time the city did record some rainfall was during the month of September, around the last week.
Talking about the temperatures, days over Delhi and the NCR region still continue to be warm with maximum temperatures in the mid 30s, at least two degrees above the normal levels. On the other hand, the city has been seeing pleasant mornings and nights with the temperatures remaining in the late teens. In fact, a nip in the air is also felt late in the night or during the early morning hours.
However, rains are expected to occur over the national capital for some time at least. Due to the Western Disturbance over the Western Himalayas, an induced Cyclonic Circulation is over Haryana region. Moreover, a trough is extending from this system up to the vicinity of Delhi.
Therefore, due to these weather systems, isolated patches of thunderclouds have developed over west and central parts of Delhi and the NCR region.
Thus, short spells of rains are possible over parts of the national capital today. However, these rains are expected to be short lived and will not stay for a longer period of time. Due to these rains, days are likely to be comfortable as the maximum will be on the lower side.
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