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Meteorological Department Expressed The Possibility Of Rain In Delhi On Sunday

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated Sat, 31 Jul 2021 09:50 PM IST

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The Meteorological Department has announced a yellow alert for Sunday. The maximum temperature will be 34 and the minimum temperature will be up to 25 degree Celsius. After this, the weather can turn on August 2 and there is a possibility of heavy rain.

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To get relief from the sultry heat, people sitting in anticipation of rain had a sad day on Saturday. Despite the Orange Alert of the Meteorological Department, it did not rain in Delhi. People were upset due to the scorching sun throughout the day. In the evening, clouds surrounded Delhi for some time, but things did not work out. There is a possibility of light rain in Delhi-NCR in the next 24 hours.

Announcing the Orange Alert a day earlier, the Meteorological Department had expressed the possibility of heavy rain in Delhi-NCR. In contrast, the situation was seen on Saturday. Since morning the sun was harsh and people looked troubled by the scorching sun. In this episode, the maximum temperature was one 35 degrees above normal and the minimum temperature was three less than normal at 24.3 degree Celsius. The humidity level in the air was 68 to 98 percent. Due to this, people did not get relief from the scorching heat.

The Meteorological Department has announced a yellow alert for Sunday. The maximum temperature will be 34 and the minimum temperature will be up to 25 degree Celsius. After this, the weather can turn on August 2 and there is a possibility of heavy rain. Due to this the maximum temperature can reach 30 °C.

Delhi-NCR’s air remained in satisfactory category
Delhi-NCR’s air remained in satisfactory category on Saturday. The air quality is also not likely to change much in the next 24 hours. In view of the possibility of rain on August 2, the air may improve further.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 57. Apart from this, air of Faridabad was recorded with 48, Ghaziabad 57, Greater Noida 49, Gurugram 56 and Noida with 50 AQI.

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To get relief from the sultry heat, people sitting in anticipation of rain had a sad day on Saturday. Despite the Orange Alert of the Meteorological Department, it did not rain in Delhi. People were upset due to the scorching sun throughout the day. In the evening, clouds surrounded Delhi for some time, but things did not work out. There is a possibility of light rain in Delhi-NCR in the next 24 hours.

Announcing the Orange Alert a day earlier, the Meteorological Department had expressed the possibility of heavy rain in Delhi-NCR. In contrast, the situation was seen on Saturday. Since morning the sun was harsh and people looked troubled by the scorching sun. In this episode, the maximum temperature was one 35 degrees above normal and the minimum temperature was three less than normal at 24.3 degree Celsius. The humidity level in the air was 68 to 98 percent. Due to this, people did not get relief from the scorching heat.

The Meteorological Department has announced a yellow alert for Sunday. The maximum temperature will be 34 and the minimum temperature will be up to 25 degree Celsius. After this, the weather can turn on August 2 and there is a possibility of heavy rain. Due to this the maximum temperature can reach 30 °C.

Delhi-NCR’s air remained in satisfactory category

Delhi-NCR’s air remained in satisfactory category on Saturday. The air quality is also not likely to change much in the next 24 hours. In view of the possibility of rain on August 2, the air may improve further.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 57. Apart from this, air of Faridabad was recorded with 48, Ghaziabad 57, Greater Noida 49, Gurugram 56 and Noida with 50 AQI.

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