Weather Forecast Updates: Saturday, the Delhi Regional Meteorological Centre forecasted cloudy skies in sections of the national capital and the neighbouring National Capital Region (NCR) until September 20. On September 17, parts of Delhi-NCR are likely to experience a generally cloudy sky with mild rain and thunderstorms.
On September 18, it is also expected to be generally cloudy with a chance of light rain and drizzle in portions of the national capital and the NCR region. There is a high likelihood of partially clouded skies across the region on September 19 and 20.
Saturday’s heavy rainfall in several areas of Delhi-NCR provided relief from the oppressive heat and humidity. Heavy precipitation was reported in Delhi’s Munirka, Kalkaji, Tughlakabad, and Deramandi, as well as in the NCR’s Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, and Dadri.
As of Sunday morning, the minimum temperature in the nation’s capital was 27 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature was 34 degrees Celsius. The temperature is expected to hover around 29 degrees Celsius throughout the day in the nation’s capital.
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The minimum temperature in Noida was 27 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature was 33 degrees Celsius. In Noida, the temperature will likely hover around 27 degrees Celsius throughout the day.
Until September 21, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has also predicted light/moderate showers with heavy to extremely heavy rainfall in several Indian states.
North central Maharashtra (17 September), North Konkan (17 September), Southwest Madhya Pradesh (17-18 September), Gujarat region (17-19 September), Saurashtra and Kutch (17-20 September) are likely to experience light/moderate showers with heavy to very heavy rainfall. On September 17-18, there will likely be similar weather conditions in parts of Uttarakhand and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
On September 17, light-to-moderate precipitation with isolated torrential precipitation is very likely to prevail in parts of Odisha and Tamil Nadu. On September 17-21, similar weather is anticipated in northeast India, including Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura; on September 18-21, in Assam and Meghalaya; and on September 20 and 21, in Arunachal Pradesh.
In addition, isolated extremely heavy precipitation is probable over southeast Rajasthan on September 17 and over Gujarat on September 17-18. On September 18 and 19, it is anticipated that Saurashtra and Kutch will experience sporadic, extremely torrential precipitation.