Delhi Weather Update: The country’s capital Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 23.4 degrees Celsius on Sunday due to cloudy weather for two days, which is one degree Celsius less than the season’s average temperature.
At the same time, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the relative humidity was recorded at 94 per cent in the morning. According to the meteorologist, light to moderate rain and thundershowers have been predicted during the day. At the same time, the maximum temperature is likely to be recorded up to 31 degrees Celsius.
Delhi Weather Update 2021
In fact, according to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the quality index of pollution in the capital remained in the ‘satisfactory’ category at 8.05 am after rain at a record level on Saturday. The AQI between 0 and 50 is ‘good’, 51 to 100 ‘satisfactory’, 101 to 200 ‘moderate’, 201 to 300 ‘poor’, 301 to 400 ‘very poor’. And 401 to 500 are considered ‘serious’.
Record drop in temperature due to clouds
On Saturday, due to clouds, there was a drop in the maximum temperature, which was 33.2 degrees. This is one degree below normal. At the same time, the minimum temperature was also 25.1 degrees. This is one degree below normal. The humidity level in the air has been recorded from 74 to 95 per cent.
In such a situation, during the last 36 hours, 5.4 mm of rain was recorded in Rajdhani, 18.7 mm in Palam, 1.6 mm in Lodi Road, 6 mm in Ridge, 32 mm in Aya Nagar. At the same time, according to the IMD, the monsoon has crossed the 1000 mm mark for the first time since 2011. Safdarjung has received 1005.3 mm of rain till 8.30 am on Friday. Earlier in 2010, there was 1035.5 mm of rain. At the same time, 859.9 mm of rain has been received in Palam, while 983 mm of rain has been received in Lodi Road.
Moderate rain likely over the weekend
According to Skymet, most of the rain activities will happen over the weekend. At the same time, there is a possibility of heavy rain on Saturday and moderate rain on Sunday. Where the Monsoon Trough is from Delhi to the south, there is no rain in Delhi. However, the trough is located at a sufficient distance, resulting in moderate rains over Delhi.