Another spell of rain is required to lash parts of Northwest India from January 24 according to the India Meterological Department’s forecast. The capital and its neighboring zones have been seeing a sudden spell of rain joined by thundershowers post-Monday evening.
IMD stated, “Another Western Disturbance would influence Northwest India from January 24 onwards.”
Moreover, the IMD educated that the rain on Monday in Delhi happened because of western unsettling influences.
The rain in Delhi on Monday, came multi day after the city recorded the hottest January day since 2012. The most extreme temperature settled at 28.7 degrees Celsius on Sunday, seven indents over the season’s normal. Though, on Monday, the national capital recorded a base temperature of 11 degree Celsius while the most extreme was 20 degree Celsius.
The sudden spell of showers on Monday prompted a moderate development in rush hour gridlock. Individuals returning home from work needed to observe moderate traffic development. The Safdarjung observatory recorded 1.2 mm precipitation between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm, while Palam recorded 2.8mm, Lodhi Road 0.8mm, Ridge region 0.6mm and Ayanagar 0.6mm saw precipitation separately.