New Delhi: After the record rains in the national capital Delhi (Delhi-NCR), today (Friday) once again the rain has started and Delhi-NCR has started raining intermittently along with strong winds. Along with this, there is also coolness in death and the temperature has gone down. Earlier, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday morning issued an alert regarding rain in states other than Delhi-NCR.
Cyclone Tauktae effect
The effect of Cyclone Tauktae from the Arabian Sea is visible in North India and due to this, there is intermittent rainfall in many states of the country. Due to the cyclonic storm, in addition to the national capital Delhi, many districts of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have also received rain in the last 2 days.
Winds may rain with rain in Delhi-NCR: Meteorological Department
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an alert on Friday morning saying that light to moderate rain may occur in the national capital Delhi and its adjoining areas (Delhi-NCR). Apart from this, the Meteorological Department has also predicted winds at 20-30 km per hour speed.
Apart from Delhi, there may be rain in these areas
Apart from Delhi, Bahadurgarh, Gurugram, Manesar, Faridabad, Ballabgarh, Loni Dehat, Hindon Air Force 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).
Rain in Delhi broke all records in May
In Delhi, due to Cyclone Tauktae and Western Disturbance, a record 119.3 mm of rain was recorded in the last 24 hours till 8.30 am on Thursday, breaking all previous rainfall records in May. India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that in 1976 on May 24, 60 mm of rainfall was recorded and this time twice that rainfall was recorded. The Lodhi Road Meteorological Center recorded 124.4 mm of rainfall during this period. Palam, Ayanagar, Najafgarh and SPS Mayur Vihar recorded 64 mm, 98 mm, 92.5 mm and 95.5 mm rainfall respectively.
Lowest maximum temperature in Delhi after 70 years
The IMD said on Thursday that the maximum temperature in Delhi on Wednesday was 16 degrees Celsius below normal to 23.8 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest maximum temperature in May since 1951. Due to torrential rains, the maximum temperature in Safdarjung fell to 23.8 degree Celsius on Wednesday. On Thursday, the minimum temperature was 19.3 degrees Celsius, seven degrees below normal.