Weather Update: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a rain alert in states other than Delhi-NCR, warning that winds of 20-30 km per hour could accompany the rain.
New Delhi: After record rains in the national capital Delhi (Delhi-NCR), the rain has returned today (Friday) and Delhi-NCR is raining intermittently with strong winds. In addition, death has a coolness to it, and the temperature has dropped. On Thursday morning, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) released a rain warning for states other than Delhi-NCR.
Tau-te (Tauktae) cyclone impact
In North India, the effects of Cyclone Tauktae from Cyclone Tau-Te (Arabian Sea) can be seen, resulting in sporadic rainfall in many states. In addition to the national capital Delhi, several districts in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan have received rain in the last two days as a result of the cyclonic storm.
Winds can accompany rain in Delhi-NCR, according to the Meteorological Department.
On Friday morning, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a warning that light to moderate rain could fall in the national capital Delhi and its surrounding areas (Delhi-NCR). Aside from that, the Meteorological Department has forecasted winds of 20 to 30 km/h.
Apart from Delhi, these areas may experience rain.
Apart from Delhi, Bahadurgarh, Gurugram, Manesar, Faridabad, Ballabgarh, Loni Dehat, Hindon Airforce Station, Ghaziabad, Indirapuram, Chapraula, Noida, Dadri, Greater Noida, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Karnal, Panipat, Gannaur, according to the Meteorological Department. Sonipat, Fatehabad, Narwana, Rajaund, Assandh, Safidon, Jind, Gohana, Kharkhoda, Adampur, Hisar, Hansi, Maham, Rohtak, Sivani, Tosham, Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Loharu, Narnaul, Mahendragarh, Kosli, Charkhi Dadri, Mattanhale, Farukhanagar, Bawal, Rewari, Noonh, Sohana, Hodal, Aurangabad, Palwal, Saharanpur, Gangoh, Deoband, Muzaffarnagar, Shamli, Barout, Baghpat, Khekra, Najibabad, Bijnor, Chandpur, Hastinapur, Khatauli, Daurala, Meerut, Modinagar, Amrohawar, Amrohawar, Siana, Hapur, Pill, Narora, Anupshahar, Jahangirabad, Bulandshahar, Gulati, Barsana (UP), Kotputli, Bhiwadi, Alwar and Tijara (Rajasthan).
In May, the rain in Delhi shattered all previous records.
Thanks to Cyclone Tauktae and the Western Disturbance, Delhi received a record 119.3 mm of rain in the last 24 hours, ending at 8.30 a.m. on Thursday, shattering all previous May rainfall records. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), 60 mm of rainfall was reported on May 24, 1976, and twice that amount was recorded this time.During this time, the Lodhi Road Meteorological Center reported 124.4 mm of rain. Rainfall totaled 64 mm, 98 mm, 92.5 mm, and 95.5 mm in Palam, Ayanagar, Najafgarh, and SPS Mayur Vihar, respectively.
After 70 years, Delhi has experienced its lowest maximum temperature.
The maximum temperature in Delhi on Wednesday was 16 degrees Celsius below average, at 23.8 degrees Celsius, according to the IMD, which is the lowest maximum temperature in May since 1951. On Wednesday, the maximum temperature in Safdarjung dropped to 23.8 degrees Celsius due to torrential rains. The minimum temperature was 19.3 degrees Celsius on Thursday, which was seven degrees below average.