Delhi Monsoon rains: Pre-monsoon convection may lead to light rainfall in Delhi on Wednesday. The IMD has issued an orange alert for June 30.
Rains lashed the national capital all through the day on Friday, affecting traffic movement with visibility dropping considerably in the afternoon due to dense clouds. Some parts also witnessed heavy rains along with thunderstorms.
eavy rains lashed several parts of Delhi on Thursday morning, leading to waterlogging on several roads. Waterlogging and puddle on roads leading to the Red Fort, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hoist the national flag on the 73rd Independence Day, caused inconvenience to visitors.
It was a partly cloudy Wednesday morning in Delhi, with the minimum temperature settling one notch above the average for the season at 11.4 degrees Celsius.
New Delhi: Light to moderate rain lashed parts of the capital today leading to rise in humidity level and waterlogging in several areas.“Moderate rain was registered in the national capital with Safdarjung observatory recording 35.8
New Delhi: Extreme humid conditions persisted across the national capital today even as rains lashed parts of the city, keeping the temperature within normal levels.The maximum humidity level today touched 90 per cent while the
New Delhi: Delhiites continue to reel under hot and humid conditions on Saturday with rains eluding the national capital and the day temperature settling at three degrees above normal.According to Met department, the maximum temperature
New Delhi: The much awaited-respite brought by the monsoon rains in Delhi is likely to continue with the weatherman predicting rain and thundershowers in some areas."The sky will remain partly cloudy. Rain/thundershowers might occur in
New Delhi: Weather continued to be pleasant in the national capital today as light rains kept the mercury below the 40 degrees Celsius mark for second consecutive day.The maximum temperature settled at 37.1 degrees Celsius,