The India Meteorological Department issued an orange signal for the Delhi-NCR region on Monday due to an anticipated increase in rain. IMD predicted that the region could experience hailstorms, strong gusts, and moderate to heavy rainfall. The weather agency predicts that several Indian cities will continue to see cloud cover and rain, while the northwest and east of the nation will experience rain and thunderstorms.
What is the expected temp range?
The forecast predicts that Delhi will experience a mostly cloudy sky, thunderstorms with light to moderate rain, gusty gusts, and hail in a few isolated locations. It’s probable that both the maximum and minimum temperatures will be about 26 and 16 degrees Celsius, respectively.
Past report on sudden coolness in climate?
On Saturday, sections of Delhi were also hit by hail and rainstorms, dropping the city’s highest temperature to 25.3 degrees Celsius, the lowest reading so far this month, five degrees below the seasonal normal. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported that the observatory at Ayanagar in Delhi recorded the most rainfall at 8.4 mm, followed by Palam at 3.3 mm and Lodhi Road at 3 mm. At 18.2 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature was two degrees higher than average.
Till when this weather be continued?
The India Meteorological Department, or IMD, stated in a recent tweet that hailstorms have been observed in some areas of Delhi.
Also, according to the IMD, these regions will continue to enjoy cloudy skies, windy weather, and light precipitation. There will be winds in the area that can reach 30 to 40 kilometres per hour. It is predicted that this weather will last for at least the next two days.
Unpredictable weather is not exclusive to Delhi. It seems that several areas of the country have recently been plagued by unusually heavy rains. Even though Mumbai’s summer season is presently underway, it has been intermittently raining.