Basically, the actual monsoon is likely to get started on July 6 said by Skymet chief meteorologist Mahesh Palawat. But the light rains are expected in Delhi NCR in the next 48 hours. The weather condition becoming favourable of the southwest monsoon into the region.
A cloud cover across Delhi and the NCR since Wednesday morning brought down the temperature at least two degrees Celsius lower compared to Tuesday.Delhi.The direction of the wind has changed from westerly to easterly and the light rainfall is expected over the Delhi-NCR area in the next 48 hours. Drizzling are expected in some parts of Delhi-NCR. According to IMD, flow of humid winds from the Bay of Bengal has increased moisture in the air which would lead to one or two short spells of thunder activity and light rains in parts of the region from Thursday.
People of Delhi-NCR are suffering from lack of water in the state and the humidity also being the big problem.
The first rain of the monsoon going to give a big smile on the faces.