Heavy rains lash Delhi, mercury settles at 29.4 levels Celsius | Delhi Information

Heavy rains lash Delhi, mercury settles at 29.4 degrees Celsius | Delhi News - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Heavy rains lashed components of the nationwide capital on Tuesday bringing down the utmost temperature to 29.4 levels Celsius — 5 notches under regular — the Indian Meteorological Division (IMD) stated.
The climate division stated 100 mm of rainfall was recorded on the Safdarjung observatory, which offers consultant knowledge for the town, within the final 24 hours. The rainfall was the best in a 24-hour interval within the month of July in eight years.
The minimal temperature recorded on the Safdarjung observatory was 25 levels Celsius, two notches under regular, the IMD stated.
The relative humidity recorded at 5.30pm within the metropolis was 93 per cent, it stated.
On Monday, the utmost temperature settled at 33.1 levels Celsius.
The weatherman has predicted usually cloudy skies with average rain and the opportunity of thundershowers on Wednesday and stated the utmost and minimal temperatures could be round 28 and 25 levels Celsius respectively.
Heavy rains brought about waterlogging at Mathura Street, Moti Bagh, Vikas Marg, Ring Street, Rohtak Street, Sangam Vihar and Kirari, amongst different locations.
As a result of waterlogging, site visitors crawled at ITO, beneath Moti Bagh metro station, Dhaula Kuan underpass, close to Pragati Maidan, Mathura Street, Vikas Marg, Ring Street close to IP Flyover, Rohtak Street.
In keeping with the IMD, the southwest monsoon had reached Delhi on July 13 — 16, a number of days behind the same old date of onset.

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