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Delhi Weather Highlights: Rains lash parts of the city and adjoining areas

The MET department forecast a decline in maximum temperature in the next three days due to light showers. The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be 34 and 27 degree Celsius respectively, on Thursday.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 24, 2018 7:18:03 am
Delhi-NCR residents witness dust storm, thunderstorm Delhi-NCR witnesses light showers in different parts of the city. (File)

New Delhi witnessed light showers in the city and some parts of the adjoining NCR area on Thursday morning. The rainfall brought a pleasant change in weather as the temperature went down and brought temporary relief from the heat in the capital.

NCR witnessed a cloudy and windy morning, and the downpour hit isolated parts. The MET department forecast a decline in maximum temperature in the next three days due to light showers. The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be 34 and 27 degree Celsius respectively, on Thursday.

The MET department added that Delhi-NCR might also witness thunderstorms and rains during the day. “The rainfall activity will vary across Delhi and similar spells of intense rain will be witnessed. The total rainfall will vary from light to moderate in parts of the capital and this is expected to bring both maximum and minimum temperatures down by 2 to 3 degrees,” said a MeT official on Wednesday.

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Welcome to the LIVE. Moderate rainfall hit the city early morning on Thursday thus dropping the temperature levels in the city and adjoining areas. 

Delhi Weather Highlights: NCR witnessed a cloudy and windy morning, and the downpour hit isolated parts. Delhi’s humidity continued to stay on the higher side hovering between 60-80%. It is expected to stay in a similar range, the official added on Wednesday.