People got relief from heat due to heavy rain in Delhi:IMD Rain Alert: Heavy rain lashed Delhi on Wednesday. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature may reach 30 degrees Celsius in the next few days. After a lack of heavy rainfall in August, monsoon season activity was slow in Delhi and adjoining regions in September.
This year’s monsoon brought good rains to many states, but proved futile for the national capital Delhi. Rain is expected, residents of the capital are not lucky. Finally, heavy rains lashed Delhi on Wednesday, bringing relief from the heat. Apart from being halfway through September, the people of Delhi are deeply disturbed by the humid summer.
Even though the weather has changed in the last two-three days, it has not rained well in Delhi. There was heavy rain in different areas of the capital on Wednesday. Rain started in West Delhi around 3 PM, the weather turned pleasant. Meanwhile strong winds also hit, taking away the heat of the season.
The Meteorological Department has also predicted rain in Delhi. At the same time, it was declared a wind speed of 40 kmph. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said moderate rain is likely on Thursday. Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi’s main meteorological station, recorded a minimum temperature of 26.4 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature may be 34 degrees Celsius.
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According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature may reach 30 degrees Celsius in the next few days. After a lack of heavy rainfall in August, monsoon season activity was slow in Delhi and adjoining regions in September. Due to low rainfall in Delhi, the maximum temperature has been recorded higher than normal for most of September. The observatory at Safdarjung recorded just 18.2 mm of rainfall in September, compared to the normal of 84.3 mm, a drop of 78 per cent. In August, only 41.6 mm of rainfall was recorded, the lowest in at least 14 years.