Mild to average depth rain together with thunderstorms hit Delhi and adjoining areas on Saturday afternoon thereby bringing some respite from the prevailing warmth situations.
As per the India Meteorological Division (IMD), “Thunderstorm with gentle to average depth rain with gusty wind velocity 20-40 kmph would happen over Most locations of Complete Delhi, Bharatpur, Rajgarh (Raj.) Rohtak, Nuh, Sohana, Jhajjar, Farukhnagar, Sonipat, Kharkhoda, Gannaur, Manesar, Tizara, Hodal, Palwal, Faridabad, Aurangabad, Gurugram (Haryana), Noida, Better Noida, Modinagar, Hapur, Agra, Etah, Tundla, Firozabad, Kasganj, Bagpat, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) and adjoining areas throughout subsequent 2 hours.”
“Hail precipitation possible over remoted locations of southwest Delhi, IGI Airport throughout subsequent 1 hour”, tweeted IMD.
As per the Regional Meteorological division in Delhi, the utmost temperature reported within the capital was 39 levels Celcius and the minimal temperature dropped to 23.4 levels Celcius immediately. Additionally, the air high quality index in Delhi stood at 118 thereby staying on the ”average class”, as per the System of Air High quality and Climate Forecasting And Analysis (SAFAR) immediately.
As in comparison with yesterday, the AQI has dipped in Delhi.
Yesterday, the air high quality index within the capital was general at 156 within the average class, as per the System of Air High quality and Climate Forecasting And Analysis (SAFAR).
As per the federal government businesses, an AQI with the vary of 0-50 is thought to be ”good”, 51-100 is ”passable”, 101-200 is ”average”, 201-300 is ”poor”, 301-400 is ”very poor” and 401-500 is deemed as ”extreme”.
In the meantime, India Meteorological Division (IMD) on Friday stated that the Southwest Monsoon could be very more likely to advance additional into some extra elements of Central Arabian Sea, and attain into remaining Kerala, Lakshadweep some extra elements of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, some elements of coastal and south inside Karnataka, Rayalaseema through the subsequent 24 hours.
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