Rain Is Already Reigning From Mumbai To Delhi, Punjab & Kerala | Check Your City

After sweltering for a few days at temperatures close to 40 degrees Celsius, Mumbai had moderate rain and thunderstorms on the nights between Monday and Tuesday, providing a little reprieve for residents. India Meteorological Department (IMD) reports that the Delhi-NCR area is predicted to get some rainfall before the start of the weekend, providing a wet start to the week, therefore Delhi is also expected to see some reprieve from the increasing temperatures.

According to the IMD, Mumbai's rainfall was even lower than the allowable limit and was caused by the combination of a dry and a wet breeze. The IMD further said that during the next three to four days, a little rain might occur in several areas of Maharashtra.


On Thursday, Delhi is anticipated to see a largely overcast sky with a few isolated areas experiencing very light rain or drizzle. The Regional Weather Forecasting Centre (RWFC), New Delhi, has also issued a notice on anticipated rain activity in Delhi-NCR for the next four to five days.

The highest recorded temperature for the year so far was 34.3 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, up from 33.3 degrees Celsius the day before, according to the city's main station at Safdarjung.

UP Rain Alert

On Wednesday, clouds continued to cover a number of important towns in Uttar Pradesh, including Lucknow, Kanpur, Meerut, and Ghaziabad. The Western Disturbance, according to the Meteorological Department, altered Uttar Pradesh's weather graph.

The meteorological service said that Wednesday's weather included a disturbance that caused clouds to migrate. Many significant cities in Uttar Pradesh may see rain on Thursday, according to IMD.

Uttarakhand receives snowfall

The weather pattern in the hills has shifted as a result of the abrupt snowfall in the Uttarkashi area. Several locations in Uttarakhand have been experiencing nonstop rain for the last few days. According to IMD, rain may continue falling in the area during the next days.

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