Monsoon in Delhi-NCR: Heavy rain expected today, yellow alert

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The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of rain throughout the week and said that many old records may be broken this week.

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After recording a record on Saturday in the capital, once again there is a possibility of heavy rain on Monday. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for the next 24 hours. However, there is a possibility of rain throughout the week. So far this season, Delhi has received 1133 mm of rain, compared to 1155 mm recorded earlier in 1975. Meteorologists believe that this week’s rain can also destroy the old record in Delhi.

The Meteorological Department had also issued an orange alert for Sunday. In the morning the sun was very hot, but by the afternoon the weather took a turn and moderate rain was recorded for some time. The clouds kept camping till evening, but it did not rain. In the last 24 hours, Delhi has received 41.1 mm of rain, while from 9.30 am to 5 pm, 0.8 mm of rain was recorded.

According to the Meteorological Department, on Sunday, the maximum temperature was 33.4 degrees Celsius above normal and the minimum temperature was 23.4 degrees Celsius, two below normal. Talking about other standard centers of Delhi, the maximum temperature was 33 degree Celsius in Palam, 33 on Lodhi Road, 32 in Aya Nagar, 30.6 in Gurugram, 33.8 in Noida and 32 degree Celsius in Mayur Vihar.

The Meteorological Department has forecast that in the next 24 hours, there will be a cloudy sky in Delhi and there is a possibility of heavy rain. The next day may have to bear the scorching heat of the sun. From Wednesday, the weather will turn again and it may rain for four consecutive days. A day earlier, incessant rains in Delhi broke the previous 44-year record in September. So far, 380 mm of rain has fallen in September, up from the previous record of 417 mm. For the second time in the entire season 121 years, this much rain has been recorded in September.

rain-cleaned air
Incessant rain has cleared the air of Delhi-NCR. On Sunday, the air of Greater Noida was the cleanest recorded with an AQI of 46. Apart from this, the air of other cities remained in the satisfactory category. According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 60. Faridabad has 57, Ghaziabad 52, Gurugram 54 and Noida 70 AQI. It is not likely to change in the next three days as well.

With incessant rains, the air quality is expected to improve even further. Due to heavy rains on September 1, the air in all the cities of NCR was recorded in the clean category. In this also the cleanest air was recorded in Gurugram. According to the CPCB, due to incessant rains, the polluted elements mix with the droplets and settle in the ground. The dust flying from the roads also becomes negligible. This affects the air quality and makes it clean.

This was the situation on September 1
City AQI
Delhi 64
Ghaziabad 49
Noida 42
Greater Noida 34
Greater Noida 32

Due to the incessant rains in the capital for two weeks, unannounced bays have knocked in many villages. Along the streets and roads inside these villages, water has accumulated around them. The main roads and link roads of the villages have also been submerged in water. Not only this, due to water logging in the Mundka railway underpass, many villages have lost their road connectivity with other areas of the capital. Apart from this, the bus service of many villages has also been stopped.

Undeclared floods have knocked in Ranikheda, Madanpur, Rasulpur, Mubarikpur, Nithari, Mohammadpur Majri, Kanjhawala, Ghevra due to incessant rains in the capital for two weeks. The main road of these villages has been submerged in water. Apart from this, water has also accumulated in the inner roads and streets of the villages, while the connectivity roads connecting these villages have also been submerged. In fact, due to the Madanpur drain overflow, the rain water of these villages is not coming out. Similarly, the water of the fields is also not going into the drain.

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After recording a record on Saturday in the capital, once again there is a possibility of heavy rain on Monday. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for the next 24 hours. However, there is a possibility of rain throughout the week. So far this season, Delhi has received 1133 mm of rain, compared to 1155 mm recorded earlier in 1975. Meteorologists believe that this week’s rain can also destroy the old record in Delhi.

The Meteorological Department had also issued an orange alert for Sunday. In the morning the sun was very hot, but by the afternoon the weather took a turn and moderate rain was recorded for some time. The clouds kept camping till evening, but it did not rain. In the last 24 hours, Delhi has received 41.1 mm of rain, while from 9.30 am to 5 pm, 0.8 mm of rain was recorded.

According to the Meteorological Department, on Sunday, the maximum temperature was 33.4 degrees Celsius above normal and the minimum temperature was 23.4 degrees Celsius, two below normal. Talking about other standard centers of Delhi, the maximum temperature was 33 degree Celsius in Palam, 33 on Lodhi Road, 32 in Aya Nagar, 30.6 in Gurugram, 33.8 in Noida and 32 degree Celsius in Mayur Vihar.

The Meteorological Department has forecast that in the next 24 hours, there will be a cloudy sky in Delhi and there is a possibility of heavy rain. The next day may have to bear the scorching heat of the sun. From Wednesday, the weather will turn again and it may rain for four consecutive days. A day earlier, incessant rains in Delhi broke the previous 44-year record in September. So far, 380 mm of rain has fallen in September, up from the previous record of 417 mm. For the second time in the entire season 121 years, this much rain has been recorded in September.

rain-cleaned air

Incessant rain has cleared the air of Delhi-NCR. On Sunday, the air of Greater Noida was the cleanest recorded with an AQI of 46. Apart from this, the air of other cities remained in the satisfactory category. According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 60. Faridabad has 57, Ghaziabad 52, Gurugram 54 and Noida 70 AQI. It is not likely to change in the next three days as well.

With incessant rains, the air quality is expected to improve even further. Due to heavy rains on September 1, the air in all the cities of NCR was recorded in the clean category. In this also the cleanest air was recorded in Gurugram. According to the CPCB, due to incessant rains, the polluted elements mix with the droplets and settle in the ground. The dust flying from the roads also becomes negligible. This affects the air quality and makes it clean.

This was the situation on September 1

City AQI

Delhi 64

Ghaziabad 49

Noida 42

Greater Noida 34

Greater Noida 32

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