A lovely morning greeted Delhi-NCR residents on Monday after rain, strong winds, and thunderstorms battered the area before dawn. The Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR) as well as nearby districts, including Ghaziabad, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, Sonipat, and Rohtak, are all under a thunderstorm warning from the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
This occurred the day after IMD reported that the maximum temperature in the national capital on Sunday was 35.7 degrees Celsius, which was five degrees below the season’s normal. At 23.6 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature was likewise three degrees below the seasonal normal.
After heavy rains battered the city on Sunday, temperatures on Monday are predicted to fall much lower than they did the day before.
The moderate to intense convection that was over Haryana and migrated towards the Delhi-NCR region is what caused the rain in Delhi, according to the IMD. On Saturday, the meteorological service predicted that Delhi could experience thunderstorms for the next three to four days.