Delhi rains News
Seeing the cities submerged in rainwater, your dream of smart city will go down the drain and you will start cursing the system. But have you ever wondered why the system does not prevent the cities of the country from being submerged in rainwater? Now we will analyze the smart thinking of the system
Light to moderate rain lashed Delhi for the second consecutive day on Thursday The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow alert and cautioned the citizens of moderate rains for the next 2-3 days The city recorded a minimum temperature of 23.8 degrees Celsius and a maximum temperature of 28 degrees Celsius, seven notches below normal
Delhi recorded its coolest day of September in the last 10 years on Friday. A sustained spell of light rain in the capital yielded the first "good" air quality day of the year on Friday. The city’s maximum temperature settled eight degrees below the normal at 25.9 degrees Celsius, the weather office said.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) data, with a spell of rain unlikely on Wednesday, August is set to end with the lowest rainfall recorded in Delhi in at least 14 years. The Met officials said that though the national capital will see cloudy skies over the next five to six days, a good spell of rain is unlikely.