IMD predicts light rain during weekends, heavy rain from Monday in Delhi

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IMD predicts light rain during weekends

The official said that light to moderate rain, accompanied by a storm and strong wind, blew at a speed of 30-40kmph. It will continue until Friday in an isolated pocket.

Mild to moderate rainfall, instead of heavy rains predicted previously, the possibility of continuing in several parts of the National Capital Region on Friday, the Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) said on Thursday, adding that intense shower will return to the city on the day Monday.

“On Thursday there are also some parts of Delhi receiving light rain and this will continue all weekend,” said a senior meeting officially.

In early June, IMD estimated the emergence of southwestern monsoons in northwestern India, including in Delhi, on June 15, which will be the earliest monsoon ever.

The official said that light to moderate rain, accompanied by a storm and strong wind, blew at a speed of 30-40kmph. It will continue until Friday in an isolated pocket.

On Thursday, Safdarjung Observatory, an official marker for the city, records a maximum temperature of 34 degrees Celsius (° C), a notch under what is considered normal for now, and a minimum temperature of 25.6 ° C, which is equivalent to temperature normal.

Although it was a slow start, on July 22, Delhi had covered the rainfall deficit and recorded rainfall of almost 27%. Most of this is because of heavy rain between July 18 and July 20. From June 1 to July 22, Delhi usually accepts 192mm rainfall, but the city has recorded 248mm rain this time.

The problem becomes acute during and in run-to-winter, when the dead wind and pollutants are still closer to the city’s surface, always manifesting as brown mist.

The system to give Delhi data is right about air pollution sources.

In early June, IMD estimated the emergence of southwestern monsoons in northwestern India, including in Delhi, on June 15, which will be the earliest monsoon ever. After a series of wrong predictions, the rainy season finally reached Delhi on July 13 this year, after delaying 16 days from the expected date.

Meet officials said that even though the arrival was delayed, July is likely to record the rain as “normal and above normal”.

Mahesh Palawat, Vice President (Meteorology and Climate Change) in Skymet’s weather, too siding prediction of IMD. “The trough has shifted north and is now the possibility of heavy rains from July 26. Between July 26 and July 29, the city will receive good rain,” he said.

Northwest India will undoubtedly see a decrease in the intensity of rainfall in the next 24 hours. The Western Himalayan region (Jammu, Kashmir & Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand) experience extensive rainfall to rainfall that is widespread along with isolated heavy rain.

Punjab and Uttar Pradesh will see a further reduction from July 21 and estimates increase from July 25. Delhi, for the next 24 hours, will have moderate rainfall in scattered places.

IMD said, “spacious rainfall with isolated weight until it fell very hard is very likely to proceed to the west coast and side by side with the interior area and the Gujarat region for the next 4-5 days”.

Isolated falling very hard is also very possible on Konkan, Goa & Ghat area side by side with Madhya Maharashtra on July 21 – July 22.

IMD in a sharing statement, “Heavy rainfall isolated in the South Gujarat region until July 23 and the possibility of increasing becomes isolated heavily to fall very heavy from July 24”.

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