NEW DELHI: Parts of Delhi and its adjoining areas will witness mild to reasonable depth rain with thunderstorm, the Indian Metrological Department (IMD) predicted on Sunday.
“23-05-2021; 0915 IST; Thunderstorm with mild to reasonable depth rain would happen over remoted locations of Southwest, South Delhi, Farukhnagar, Manesar (Haryana) and adjoining areas throughout subsequent 2 hours,” the IMD stated in a tweet.
Residents of Delhi woke as much as lowered visibility attributable to mud elevating winds.
“Due to mud elevating winds, visibility lowered in Delhi. Safdarjung reported 0500 m visibility at 0830 hrs IST of at this time,” the IMD tweeted.
Earlier this week, Delhi recorded the very best ever rainfall of 119.three mm within the final 24 hours since 1951 for the month of May after climate circumstances within the metropolis modified beneath the impression of Cyclone Tauktae.
“Delhi has received highest ever Rainfall of 119.3 mm since 1951 for the month of May,” the IMD stated in a tweet on Thursday.