Today, precipitation has resumed in Delhi. Throughout the day today, there is a chance of thunderstorms and rainfall, along with high winds. The sky has been gloomy since the morning of March 24 and the weather has been comfortable.
It has been raining in Delhi and its environs since the morning and is anticipated to continue until the evening. On the morning of March 25, the effects of this season will be evident, and the sky will be mostly clear thereafter.
Between March 1 to March 17, the capital city and its suburbs had a fairly warm climate. Over this period, the daytime temperature stayed continuously above average, with the highest temperature reaching 34 degrees on March 12 and 15, which is around 6-7 degrees above average. Eventually, though, the weather patterns reverse.
During the evening of the 20th, Delhi and the National Capital Region got moderate to heavy precipitation. The afternoon temperature was around 5 degrees below usual, measured at 25.8 degrees.
According to Skymet, the weather forecasting organization, a second western disturbance is already operating in the northern highlands, in addition to an inspired cyclonic wind zone that will traverse from Central Pakistan to Rajasthan.
The combined influence of these two systems is anticipated to bring rain and thunderstorms to Northern India and the nation’s capital. Owing to this, precipitation and gusty winds are anticipated in Delhi and its environs.
Till next week, there will be lovely weather.
Now, the lowest temperature can dip to 16 degrees Celsius and the highest temperature can reach 28 degrees Celsius. In addition, following a period of late evacuation on 26 and 27 March, it will likely be overcast again on 28 March.
However, for the next four to five days, the mornings will be mildly cool. Generally, the nice conditions are likely to persist through the weekend and into the next week.