According to Skymet, scattered rains accompanied with thunderstorm are likely to batter Delhi-NCR between September 13 to September 15.
However, the moderate rain in the capital has brought around regions' air quality today to the 'good' condition. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR), the overall air quality index (AQI) of Delhi, which was at 31, falling in the good category.
The maximum and the minimum temperatures are likely to hover around 30 degree Celsius and 25 degree Celsius with relative humidity oscillating between 85 per cent to 91 per cent.
Few short intense spells of rain and thundershower activity is predicted for today. Light to moderate rainfall is likely till Wednesday, while on Thursday (August 8), the city will witness rain or thundershowers.
The India Meteorological Department has predicted continuous rainfall for the city for the next two days with the possibility of minimum and maximum temperatures settling at 24 degree Celsius and 33 degree Celsius respectively.
Rough to very rough sea conditions (with wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph) is likely to prevail over south-west and west-central Arabian Sea. Rough sea conditions are likely to prevail along and off Gujarat.
West Uttar Pradesh and north Rajasthan are likely to witness duststorm and lightning accompanied by gusty winds with a speed of 30-40 kmph.
Besides Delhi, isolated rains are expected in Punjab and Haryana and dust storm activity in parts of Rajasthan. Thunderstorm is also expected in Delhi and the NCR region later in the day, the IMD said.
Not only that, another spell of thundershowers and rain are also expected over Delhi and National Capital Region on March 2 and 3. The rain will occur because of fresh Western Disturbance approaching the northern hills and its induced cyclonic circulation affecting the northern plains