The National Capital Region has been witnessing pleasant weather conditions for the last four days. The reason for such weather has been attributed to the Western Disturbance moving across the hills of North India and moisture incursion from the Arabian Sea in the wake of Cyclone Vayu.
Moreover, temperatures in parts of Delhi and NCR have dropped significantly due to intermittent rain and thundershower activities. Below normal temperatures are being recorded in the region.
Yesterday, the Ridge Observatory in Delhi recorded its maximum temperature at 33.8 degrees Celsius which was 5 degrees below normal. Ayanagar saw the temperature settle at 35.9/-4. The maximum at Safdarjung too settled 4 degrees below normal to record 35 degrees Celsius. Some comfortable condition was also observed in Palam where the day temperature settled at 36.8 degrees Celsius, 3 degrees below normal.
The weather condition still looks favourable for rain and thunder activity in Delhi Today. Similar conditions are likely to prevail in Delhi and NCR are for the next 48 hours.
Thereafter, the weather will start clearing and the temperatures in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad will start to rise. And by this weekend the day temperature in parts of the region may touch the 40 degrees Celsius mark.
Thus, we can say that pleasant weather is likely to continue in the National Capital Region for the coming two days. Delhi had been experiencing dry and hot weather conditions with severe heat wave in pockets till June 15, but this widespread spell of weather activity brought Delhiites the much needed relief.
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