New Delhi: The weather in capital Delhi and NCR has become quite pleasant these days. Due to continuous rain, the temperature has dropped significantly. Due to the intermittent rains in Delhi-NCR for the past three days, the lives of people have also been paralyzed. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), rain will continue in Delhi on Friday. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert in view of the possibility of rain.
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- Return of Monsoon from Delhi-NCR
- Temperatures are expected to remain under control.
Return of Monsoon from Delhi-NCR
It is worth noting that due to continuous light and medium rain for the last two days, traffic has been affected due to accumulation of water at many places in the city. The Meteorological Department has predicted more rain on Friday. All schools in Gurugram, Noida-Greater Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad have been closed from class VIII onwards amid the possibility of rain on Friday. Monsoon is expected to withdraw from Delhi-NCR around September 28-29.
Temperatures are expected to remain under control.
IMD’s Regional Meteorological Center tweeted, “Light rain or drizzle at many places over South Delhi, Southeast Delhi, NCR, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra, Kotpatli, Alwar (Rajasthan) in next two hours.” ” Fresh series of national rains, that’s it. Ahead of the return of the monsoon from the Capital Region (NCR), the deficit recorded so far has largely been overcome, which is expected to improve air quality and keep temperatures under control.
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