Delhi Weather: Your Ultimate Guide to Forecast and Updates

Delhi weather Over the next five days, is going to be very cloudy with light to moderate rain, as predicted by the weather forecast.

In the early morning, Delhi weather seems very cloudly. Heavy rain swept through all over Delhi and ncr and the surrounding National Capital Region, leading to waterlogging and traffic jams in many parts of the city.

According to the weather forecast, Delhi wheather is going to be very cloudy skies with light to moderate rain for the next five days.

This morning, there was light rain in some areas of South West Delhi, including Vasant Vihar, Munirka, and RK Puram.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts that the light rain and gusty winds will start to calm down after 9:30 am today.

The weather forecasting agency Skymet mentioned that intense rain is moving towards Delhi NCR from the north and might cover the entire city soon.

On Thursday, Delhi saw really hot weather, with the temperature hitting 37.6 degrees Celsius, which is four degrees higher than usual for this time of year. At night, it didn’t cool down much, staying at 27.8 degrees Celsius.

The weather experts at IMD said in their morning update at 7.29 am that Delhi-NCR is likely to experience strong winds at a speed of 50-70 kmph and some rain, sometimes heavy, because of clouds coming from northwest Uttar Pradesh until around 09:30 today. After that, the wind and rain will gradually calm down. They advised everyone to stay updated and safe during these weather changes.

In a subsequent discourse on X, formerly recognized as Twitter, the IMD prognosticated impending thunderstorms coupled with light to moderate-intensity precipitation poised to embrace Delhi and its adjoining National Capital Region.

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