Delhi rain

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

According to Skymet Weather, recent rains and flow of northwesterly winds have majorly improved the level of pollution in the last 24 hours. As a result, pollution has been upgraded to ‘moderate and satisfactory’ level over most places.

Until now in the month of February, Safdarjung Observatory has recorded 17 mm of rains which is the highest rainfall since 2014. During the last four years, Delhi has not received any significant rainfall. 2017 and 2018 remained dry, 2016 received 1.3 mm, followed by 2015 with 1.8 mm. (ANI)

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