Heavy rain in many areas of Delhi-NCR, relief to people troubled by sultry heat

Heavy rain in many areas of Delhi-NCR, relief to people troubled by sultry heat

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Delhi Monsoon 2022 Monsoon has been rough in Delhi-NCR for the last 10 days. People are in bad condition due to humidity and heat. Meanwhile, the Pakistan connection has come to the fore behind the lack of rain in Delhi-NCR.

New Delhi/Noida/Ghaziabad/Faridabad/Gurugram/Sonipat. Clouds rained in Delhi-NCR since Monday morning, bringing relief to the people from the heat and humidity. According to information received from Jagran correspondent, along with Delhi, there has been a moderate level of rain in Noida and Ghaziabad as well.

Relief from heat and humidity

Due to the rain in the afternoon on Monday, people have got relief from the heat and humidity for more than a week. It is being said that similar light rain may occur on Tuesday, which can bring more relief from the heat.

cold winds are giving relief

Cold winds are blowing in Delhi-NCR after the rains have ended, which has reduced the effect of heat and humidity. It is being said that the period of cold winds may continue till Monday evening. Meanwhile, if there is strong sunlight, then people can get upset, because there is a danger of increasing the humidity.

The Meteorological Department has forecast that there may be rain at some places on Tuesday as well. According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will remain more or less like this till the 16th.

At the same time, before this, the day of Sunday also passed in the sultry heat. There was scattered rain in some areas of West Delhi, but it remained dry at all other places. The humidity also troubled the whole day amidst the clouds and the sun hiding.

On Sunday, the maximum temperature in Delhi was 34.9 degrees Celsius, a notch below normal, while the minimum temperature was 27.5 degrees Celsius at the normal level. The humidity level in the air was recorded at 89 to 66 percent. As far as rain is concerned, it was 4 mm in Jafarpur and was reduced to drizzle in Palam and Ayanagar.

Monsoon has turned sour in many states of North India including Delhi-NCR. The forecast of the Indian Meteorological Department regarding rain for 10 consecutive days is proving to be wrong.

Meanwhile, Pakistan’s connection has also come to the fore behind the absence of rain in the country’s capital Delhi, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh. According to meteorologists, due to the sudden formation of a low pressure area in North Pakistan, the direction of the winds changed.

In fact, due to the high temperature and low humidity in northern Pakistan, an area of ​​low pressure of winds was formed. It was more effective than the cyclonic area of ​​Rajasthan.

In such a situation, the moist winds coming from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal went towards Pakistan and it rained heavily there. At the same time, the moisture winds coming from the Bay of Bengal via Uttarakhand could not reach Delhi-NCR.

Told the reason for not raining

Experts attributed the dry season to the central axis of the monsoon trough moving towards India.

Mahesh Palawat, vice-president (meteorology and climate change), Skymet Weather, said that the low pressure area had pulled the trough towards central India, causing heavy rainfall there.

No rain due to development of cyclonic circulation

But the development of a cyclonic circulation over Southwest Rajasthan and adjoining parts of South Pakistan in the last 24 hours did not allow this to happen. Monsoon trough comes near Delhi and adjoining areas. It is still stuck in the south of Delhi and passes through Bikaner and Kota.

Air quality is going well right now

Thanks to the weather, the air quality is still going good. On Sunday also, the air quality of Delhi NCR was recorded in the moderate to satisfactory category.

According to the Air Quality Bulletin issued by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air index of Delhi was recorded at 71, Faridabad 88, Ghaziabad 81, Greater Noida 58, Gurugram 105 and Noida 72. According to Safar India, this level of air quality is expected to remain intact for now.

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