Lastly and after many misses since mid-June, the monsoon rains arrived over Delhi on Wednesday.
That is essentially the most delayed monsoon onset over the nationwide capital since 2010.
Although the southwest monsoon progressed in areas surrounding Delhi on Monday, there was no rainfall reported within the metropolis. The India Meteorological Division (IMD) officers stated that beneficial situations have been prevailing for the previous three days.
Since 5.30 am on Tuesday, Delhi has reported reasonable depth and regular rainfall which is more likely to proceed through the day.
Moist easterly winds have now reached north India, together with Delhi, which is able to assist the rainfall exercise proceed over the area.
In its newest nowcast warning, the Met division has stated that thunderstorms accompanied by gentle to reasonable depth rainfall (2.4mm to 64.4mm in 24 hours) and windy situations with speeds between 24 to 40 kms / hr can be realised over Delhi NCR — Bahadurgarh, Gurugram, Faridabad, Loni Dehat and Noida together with Sonipat and Rohtak through the subsequent two hours.