The sky will remain cloudy for the next three days in Delhi and light rain will continue

For the next three days in Delhi-NCR, the sky will remain cloudy and light rain will continue. This has been possible due to the active monsoon over Delhi-NCR. On the other hand, according to meteorologists, these days the monsoon is active towards North India. Due to this it is raining from Punjab to Rajasthan and
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The sky will remain cloudy for the next three days in Delhi and light rain will continue


For the next three days in Delhi-NCR, the sky will remain cloudy and light rain will continue. This has been possible due to the active monsoon over Delhi-NCR.

On the other hand, according to meteorologists, these days the monsoon is active towards North India. Due to this it is raining from Punjab to Rajasthan and Delhi-NCR. Monsoon activities will start weakening from Monday and the temperature is likely to rise. Due to this, rain may stop in UP, Punjab, Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan.

Relief from heat and humidity continues

Earlier, the weather became pleasant due to rain in many areas of Delhi on Thursday morning, but in the afternoon, due to the sun’s attitude, the increased humidity disturbed the people. However, due to the effect of this rain, the heat is not bothering the people much.

The maximum temperature on Thursday was 34.6 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature was 26.8 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature was recorded one degree above normal. The humidity level ranged from 87 to 65 percent.

Chances of rain for three consecutive days

According to the Meteorological Department, there will be no increase in the temperature due to rain showers for the next three days. Therefore, the maximum temperature on Friday will be 34 and the minimum will be 26 degree Celsius. Similarly, on Saturday and Sunday, the maximum temperature is likely to be 35 and the minimum is 26 degree Celsius.

There will be rain in Delhi-NCR in August and September as well.

According to the Meteorological Department, the rainy season will continue in August as well as in September. It may rain during the last week of August and the whole of September.

If this happens, the quota of rain in Delhi-NCR can be fulfilled because people are waiting for the rain after the onset of monsoon on June 30. It is worth noting that this time the monsoon had reached Delhi-NCR on 30 June with a delay of three days instead of 27 June.