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Delhi, Noida, Gurugram and Faridabad to witness dust storm and rains today, maximums to drop

After witnessing the season’s hottest day with maximum temperature at 40.0˚C, as predicted by Skymet Weather, many parts of Delhi and NCR received dust storm activity followed by light rain and strong winds of about 50 kmph during the last night hours around 2:00 AM on April 16.In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Monday, Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory recorded 1.
1 mm, followed by Ridge 0.8 mm, Ayanagar 0.4 mm and Palam 0.2 mm.During the time, a drop of 5˚C was seen in the night temperature of Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory, which dropped from 25.5˚C to 20.5˚C.Now relief is in sight for Delhi and NCR, as today we expect dust storm and thundershowers accompanied with strong winds over the region.
Thunderclouds have already developed over the National Capital Region.Weather activities will mainly occur during the late afternoon hours. In fact, during that time we can expect few intense showers in parts of the capital city.Weather Alert: Light to moderate dust storm and thundershowers with isolated squall will occur over Central, East, New Delhi, North, North East, North West, Shahdara, South, South East, South West and West Delhi districts of Delhi during next 24 hours.
In the wake of rains, day temperatures of Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Ghaziabad and Faridabad will drop significantly and settle between 32˚C to 34˚C.However, from tomorrow evening weather activities will start receding but as it’s a widespread spell, patchy rains will continue over Delhi-NCR till April 18.
. Thereafter, weather will once again become clear and maximum temperatures will start rising.Image Credit: WikipediaPlease Note: Any information picked from here must be attributed to skymetweather.com..
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