New Delhi: Heavy rains drenched components of the nationwide capital on Wednesday as monsoon clouds reached town. Also Read – Petrol, Diesel Price Today: Diesel Costs More Than Petrol in Delhi For First Time in Years
The downpour led to waterlogging and disruption of site visitors motion in lots of areas and key intersections within the metropolis. Also Read – On Delhi’s Makeshift COVID Hospital, Amit Shah Responds to Arvind Kejriwal’s Request
“Monsoon clouds are at the doorstep of Delhi. A few places witnessed rains. As predicted, the onset of the monsoon in the city will be declared on Thursday,” IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra mentioned. Also Read – After Gap of three Months, AIIMS in Delhi to Resume OPD Services From June 25
Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the regional forecasting centre of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), mentioned monsoon clouds led to rains in components of Delhi.
He mentioned the onset of the monsoon might be declared on Thursday. Rainfall information from all climate stations for the final 24 hours ending 8:30 am is required to declare the onset, Srivastava added.
The Met division additionally predicted heavy rainfall at remoted locations within the nationwide capital on Thursday.
Normally, the wind system reaches Delhi on June 27.
According to climate specialists, the arrival of the monsoon in Delhi sooner than typical might be attributed to a cyclonic circulation, which moved in the direction of southwest Uttar Pradesh on June 19 and June 20, serving to the monsoon advance additional.
With rains anticipated over the following three days, the mercury is more likely to hover round 36 levels Celsius.
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