Delhi Temperature dips; Cold weather again strikes the city

Delhi Temperature dips; Cold weather again strikes the city

Delhi Temperature fell to 14 degrees after light rain showers. The winters have again came back to hit the city with cold winds, rain and thunderstorms after 42 days longest dry. Yesterday Delhiites got shivered with the change in Delhi’s weather. Along with the rain showers, cold winds and thunderstorm the city has plunged with intense clouds which almost caused the blackout. The neighbouring states like Haryana and Punjab have also marked light rain showers with cold winds. As per the reports, various areas have received an average rainfall of 19.3mm after a long wait on Monday. It is the first seasonal rain of the year which helps to expand the Rabi crops like wheat, mustard, sesame, Jowar etc.

In Delhi, the Indian Meteorological Department has registered total rainfall up to 004.4 mm and the humidity reported at the 100 percent. IMD has partially predicted the cloudy weather for Wednesday in Delhi. However, rain will not strike the city today as the city will observe the lightly sunny day along with intense fog. According to the sources, yesterday various trains services affected by the rainfall and immense foggy day in Delhi. The city’s light gets on at around 1:30 pm because of darkness and low visibility.

Delhi’s winter has again takes a u-turn and hits back with cold weather. As per the reports, on Tuesday afternoon, rain has poured in the various parts of Delhi-NCR. The neighbouring areas like Gurgram, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad had also faced showers of rain with cold winds. The southern and the western Delhi such as Narela and Najafgarh has also got moderate rainfall. According to the weather reports, yesterday the maximum temperature has settled at 24 degree which means around 10 degrees fall has observed. Also, the less visibility and rain showers are partially predictable to hit the city on the Republic day, 26th January 2018.

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Pallavi Parmar

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