Monsoon will rain or crave for farewell, read- IMD’s latest prediction
Delhi Weather Update According to the forecast issued by the Indian Meteorological Department till October 2, the weather will remain pleasant during this period and the temperature is also likely to remain around the normal level.
New Delhi [Sanjeev Gupta]. There is a possibility of drizzle in the country’s capital Delhi and NCR this whole week. Sometimes these showers can be limited to drizzle and sometimes it can turn into light rain. According to the forecast issued by the Indian Meteorological Department till October 2, the weather will remain pleasant during this period and the temperature is also likely to remain around the normal level.
On the other hand, on Monday, the Meteorological Department has forecast that the sky of Delhi-NCR will remain cloudy throughout the day. During this, light rain to drizzle can be seen in different areas. The maximum and minimum temperatures during this period may remain between 34 and 25 degree Celsius. By the way, this phase of change in weather and the possibility of rain will continue for a week. Due to this effect, the maximum temperature is also likely to remain up to 33 degree Celsius. Overall, the process of getting relief from the humidity and heat will continue. On the other hand, if there is good rain on Monday, then in the month of September, the record of 121 years of excess rain in the year 1944 before this year will be broken.
On the other hand, the heat wave remained soft in Delhi on Sunday as well. Hide and seek continued throughout the day between the clouds and the sun. There was light rain at some places. The maximum temperature was recorded at 33.7 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature was recorded two notches above normal at 25.5 degrees Celsius. The humidity level in the air was 65 to 92 percent.
- NCR’s air remained in satisfactory category
According to the Air Quality Bulletin issued by the Central Pollution Control Board, the air at all places in NCR was recorded in satisfactory category on Sunday as well. SAFAR India says that in view of the continuation of the rainy season, there is no possibility of much change in air pollution for the next several days.