Heavy rains lashed Palghar on Sunday, bringing down the temperature of the city.
After Cyclone Aphan made landfall on Wednesday afternoon, relentless rains have caused waterlogging in several parts of Kolkata. At least 10 people were killed, ravaging West Bengal at a time when coronavirus pandemic is at its peak.
As Cyclone Amphan is expected to hit West Bengal on May 20, extreme weather changes are observed in neighbouring Odisha.
Heavy rains accompanied by hailstorm lashed Delhi-NCR on Saturday afternoon, bringing down the temperature of the national capital.
The thunderstorms are likely to peak on Friday afternoon. The wind speed is likely to touch 50 km per hour, it said. As a result, trees and hoardings may get damaged.
According to the weather forecast for today, winds gusting up to 25 kmph are expected in Delhi, which are likely to ameliorate the pollution levels in the national capital.
Within the Chinyalisaur tehsil, a paved road safety wall was built on the highway just a few kilometres away from the Rajarajeshwari temple but recently the wall here collapsed due to rain.
At least 10 people, including three women and three children, were killed in separate incidents after the roof of the houses caved in due to heavy snowfall in Balochistan.
The Safdarjung observatory received 6 mm rainfall, Palam observatory recorded 5.3 mm while the the Ridge area received 6.8 mm rainfall. The rainfall recorded at Lodhi Road and Aya Nagar observatories was 10 mm and 5.6 mm respectively.
Several flights were diverted from Delhi's IGI Airport following the heavy downpour. Operations at the airport had to be briefly suspended. Air India and Vistara were among the carriers whose services were affected.
As heavy rains lashed New Delhi and surrounding areas, air traffic was impacted and 17 flights had to be diverted.
According to the Safdarjung observatory, reading of which is considered official for the city, 1.9 mm of rainfall was recorded till 8.30 pm. Meanwhile, the Met department said Delhi recorded a low of 12.8 degrees Celsius and a high of 21.5 degrees Celsius on Thursday.
On Monday, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) in its weather advisory had said Tamil Nadu is expected to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall for the next two days.