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Incessant rains in Delhi-NCR have disturbed and troubled life. Surprisingly, the monsoon is about to leave and the rain clouds are not taking the name of going from NCR. The question is, why is it raining so much at this time and how long is it going to last. The Meteorological Department has given the reason for this untimely rain and has also given information as a warning that at least today the process of rain is not going to stop.

Cyclone situation is the reason
According to Meteorological Department scientist Kuldeep Srivastava, due to the formation of cyclonic conditions at a low level over North-West Madhya Pradesh and South-West Uttar Pradesh, rain is being recorded in Delhi-NCR and West Uttar Pradesh. This condition is likely to persist in the next 24 hours as well. In such a situation, the rains will continue in Delhi-NCR.

The Meteorological Department had issued a yellow alert for Thursday, but by noon it was raised to an orange alert. In this episode, after a little sunshine in the morning, dark clouds covered the sky and till late evening, the spell of drizzling rain continued. It was dark in many areas of East Delhi during the day itself, after which heavy rains were recorded.

Light to moderate rain expected today
According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the rain will continue on Friday as well. Light to moderate rain may be recorded. The department has also issued a yellow alert for this. The maximum temperature can be recorded at 28 and the minimum temperature is 23 degree Celsius. According to the department, light rain will continue for the next four days. However, from September 27, the rainy season may stop and the mercury is likely to rise.

Winds from the east direction for two days
According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, the winds will continue from the east direction for the next two days. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain in Delhi-NCR. After two days the wind direction will turn east and northeast. In the next 24 hours, the mixing height can be 1500 meters and the ventilation index can be 12 thousand square meters per second. If the ventilation index is less than six thousand and the wind speed is less than 10 km per hour, the pollutants do not spread, due to which the level of pollution increases. However, due to rain, the situation in Delhi-NCR is normal.

People remained troubled throughout the day due to rain
People who came out of the office and other work remained upset due to the continuous rains throughout the day. Intermittent heavy rain in some areas of Delhi and light rain in some areas. The rain that started in the afternoon continued till the evening with drizzle. In such a situation, people were seen getting wet while reaching their destination.

Highest recorded rainfall in Palam
Till yesterday, the highest rainfall was recorded in Palam area. Till evening 56.5 mm of rain has been recorded here. At the same time, Aya Nagar has recorded 45.8 mm of rain. Lodhi Road has received 27.4 mm of rain. The average rainfall at Palam Manak Center is 565.1 mm and so far 383 mm of rain has been recorded here. Normally 625.4 mm of rain is recorded in Lodhi Road and so far 414.2 mm of rain has been recorded.

The rain for two consecutive days has washed away the pollution in Delhi-NCR. The average air quality index in the last 24 hours has been recorded in the clean to satisfactory category. The cleanest air was recorded in Ghaziabad with 49 AQI. At the same time, the air of Delhi, Faridabad and Noida remained in the satisfactory category with an AQI of 66. Air standards agency SAFAR India has forecast that the air quality is not likely to deteriorate for the next three days due to rain.

According to the Centre’s air standards body Safar India, particles larger than PM 2.5 accounted for 55 percent of PM 10 in the last 24 hours. The level of PM 10 is 50 and the level of PM 2.5 has been recorded at 22 micrograms per cubic metre. With these figures the level of pollutant particulates remained in the clean category. The forecast of the journey is that for the next three days, the wind speed can be 15 to 16 km per hour and the mixing height can be up to one and a half kilometers. According to meteorologists, the winds will continue from the east direction for the next two days.

Expansion

Incessant rains in Delhi-NCR have disturbed and troubled life. Surprisingly, the monsoon is about to leave and the rain clouds are not taking the name of going from NCR. The question is, why is it raining so much at this time and how long is it going to last. The Meteorological Department has given the reason for this untimely rain and has also given information as a warning that at least today the process of rain is not going to stop.

Cyclone situation is the reason

According to Meteorological Department scientist Kuldeep Srivastava, due to the formation of cyclonic conditions at a low level over North-West Madhya Pradesh and South-West Uttar Pradesh, rain is being recorded in Delhi-NCR and West Uttar Pradesh. This condition is likely to persist in the next 24 hours as well. In such a situation, the rains will continue in Delhi-NCR.

The Meteorological Department had issued a yellow alert for Thursday, but by noon it was raised to an orange alert. In this episode, after a little sunshine in the morning, dark clouds covered the sky and till late evening, the spell of drizzling rain continued. It was dark in many areas of East Delhi during the day itself, after which heavy rains were recorded.

Light to moderate rain expected today

According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the rain will continue on Friday as well. Light to moderate rain may be recorded. The department has also issued a yellow alert for this. The maximum temperature can be recorded at 28 and the minimum temperature is 23 degree Celsius. According to the department, light rain will continue for the next four days. However, from September 27, the rainy season may stop and the mercury is likely to rise.

Winds from the east direction for two days

According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, the winds will continue from the east direction for the next two days. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain in Delhi-NCR. After two days the wind direction will turn east and northeast. In the next 24 hours, the mixing height can be 1500 meters and the ventilation index can be 12 thousand square meters per second. If the ventilation index is less than six thousand and the wind speed is less than 10 km per hour, the pollutants do not spread, due to which the level of pollution increases. However, due to rain, the situation in Delhi-NCR is normal.

People remained troubled throughout the day due to rain

People who came out of the office and other work remained upset due to the continuous rains throughout the day. Intermittent heavy rain in some areas of Delhi and light rain in some areas. The rain that started in the afternoon continued till the evening with drizzle. In such a situation, people were seen getting wet while reaching their destination.

Highest recorded rainfall in Palam

Till yesterday, the highest rainfall was recorded in Palam area. Till evening 56.5 mm of rain has been recorded here. At the same time, Aya Nagar has recorded 45.8 mm of rain. Lodhi Road has received 27.4 mm of rain. The average rainfall at Palam Manak Center is 565.1 mm and so far 383 mm of rain has been recorded here. Normally 625.4 mm of rain is recorded in Lodhi Road and so far 414.2 mm of rain has been recorded.

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