In Delhi NCR today along with strong thunderstorms, the rain was also seen in many areas. At the same time, there was darkness in the capital during the day itself. The weather took a sudden turn in Delhi NCR this afternoon. Rain was also seen in many areas along with strong thunderstorms. At the same time, there was darkness in the capital during the day itself. However, people got a lot of relief from the scorching heat due to rain. Flights have also been affected due to strong storms and rain. At the same time, trees were also uprooted in many places in Delhi.
Earlier, it was told by the Meteorological Department that the minimum temperature in the national capital on Monday morning was recorded at 27.8 degrees Celsius, one degree above normal. The Meteorological Department had predicted a cloudy sky in the city during the day. At the same time, there was sudden rain with hailstorms in Delhi, after which trees were uprooted in many places.
The bright evening sky amid the intense heatwave, which has been keeping the city on a boil for the past few days, suddenly darkened around 4:30 pm as the thunderstorm accompanied by hail started. The weather office also forecasts rain in parts of Gurgaon, neighboring Delhi. Today’s storm comes exactly a week after another big storm hit the national capital, uprooting trees and affecting flight operations.
A western disturbance that is affecting Northwest India has brought cloudy skies, strong winds, and rainfall to parts of Delhi-NCR. It was also predicted that the maximum temperature in Delhi is likely to settle at around 41 degrees Celsius today. The IMD said in an update issued on Sunday that no heatwave conditions are likely over the country for the next five days. The maximum temperature is likely to be around 42 or 43 degrees Celsius for the next six days.