New Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday forecast thundershowers in Delhi-NCR for the following 72 hours. Thundershowers for the primary 24 hours, it stated, will likely be reasonable adopted via mild thundershowers for 48 hours after that. Also Read – Delhi Rains: Temperature May Dip as Light Showers Likely Today
Speaking to information company ANI, Anand Sharma, deputy Director General, IMD, stated, “For the next 24 hours, we expect a moderate thundershower in Delhi-NCR and after that for the next 48 hours, we expect light rain thundershowers. This will lead to normal and below normal temperatures but we don’t expect heavy showers at the moment”. Also Read – Delhi Rains: Downpour, Thunderstorms to Continue Till Saturday; Will Change in Temperature Impact Coronavirus Spread?
He additional stated that at this time, there used to be no sturdy climate gadget in and round Delhi. Also Read – Delhi Rains: Traffic Snarls in Many Parts Due to Water-logging, Advisory Issued | Read Here
We have a cyclonic flow over Saurashtra & Kutch, some other cyclonic circulatuion on Jharkhand has weakened&some other cyclonic circulatuion is provide over coastal Andhra Pradesh. Right now there is no sturdy climate gadget in&round Delhi: Anand Sharma, Dy Director-General, IMD https://t.co/8lwZC3KeYJ
— ANI (@ANI) July 7, 2020
“We have a cyclonic circulation over Saurashtra and Kutch, another cyclonic circulatuion on Jharkhand has weakened and another cyclonic circulation is present over coastal Andhra Pradesh”, the IMD deputy DG additional stated.
The forecast will indisputably deliver cheers to Delhiites as rains will deliver reduction from sweltering warmth at a time the nationwide capital is witnessing a fast surge in its coronavirus instances, having crossed the only lakh-case mark.
The forecast additionally comes at a time when monetary capital Mumbai, which is the second-worst COVID-affected town after Delhi, too, has been witnessing heavy rains for 5 immediately days since Friday.
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