Weather Report: In some areas of Delhi and NCR, weather patterns may change in the next few hours and people can get relief from the humid heat. The Meteorological Department (Mausam Vibhag Ki Bhavishyavani) has forecast light to moderate rains in the national capital and some areas around it. According to India Meteorological Department, light to moderate rains are expected in Shamli, Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur and Deoband and its surrounding areas. Light rains are also expected at different places in north-east Delhi (Badli, Model Town, Azadpur, Bari) during the next 2 hours. Also Read – Weather Report Update: Three dead due to lightning in UP, heat in most parts of the country
Light to moderate rain likely to occur over and adjoining areas of Shamli, Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur and Deoband. Light rain would occur over isolated places of North-East Delhi (Badli, Model Town, Azadpur, Burari) during the next 2 hours: India Meteorological Department (IMD) pic.twitter.com/6YRpNP9mO8 Also read – weather update: light rain in North India, heavy rain forecast in some parts of the country
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Let us know that due to the dry weather in the national capital Delhi on Sunday, the mercury increased slightly and there is a possibility of rain in the metropolis next week. The Meteorological Department (Mausam Vibhag) gave this information. The Safdarjung observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, three degrees above normal. The humidity level ranged between 52 and 86 percent.
According to data from the India Meteorological Department, the national capital has received 74 percent less rainfall so far in September. The Safdarjung Observatory so far this month has recorded only 20.9 mm of rainfall against the normal level of 80.3 mm, while the Lodhi Road Meteorological Center has recorded only 18.5 mm of rainfall against the normal level of 80.3 mm. According to IMD data, Palam Meteorological Center has recorded 30.3 mm rainfall as against the 50-year average of 80.9 mm. Delhi received 237 mm of rain in August this year, the highest in seven years.
Overall, since the onset of monsoon season on June 1, the metropolis has recorded 576.5 mm of rain as against the normal of 596.4 mm. The IMD has also said that the monsoon is likely to stay in Delhi for a long time and it is expected to return in early October.