Weather pattern changed in Delhi-NCR, rain expected for next 3 days

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However, the weather is expected to take a turn from Friday. Light rain may also occur at some places. After this, rain is forecast for three consecutive days from Saturday to Monday. At the same time, according to the Indian Meteorological Department, partly cloudy sky and light rain are expected on Saturday. At the same time, the maximum temperature can remain up to 39 and the minimum temperature is 29 degree Celsius. The weather will change further from Saturday and rain may continue till Monday.

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The period of scorching heat continues in entire North India including Delhi-NCR. People who came out for offices and morning walk on Friday morning faced a lot of problems. People looked sweaty. At the same time, the mood of the weather has changed since Friday morning. The sky over Delhi-NCR is partly cloudy. Earlier, the people of Delhi did not get relief from the sultry heat even on Thursday. People are not getting peace without AC during the day as well as at night.

However, the weather is expected to take a turn from Friday. Light rain may also occur at some places. After this, rain is forecast for three consecutive days from Saturday to Monday.

At the same time, according to the Indian Meteorological Department, partly cloudy sky and light rain are expected on Saturday. At the same time, the maximum temperature can remain up to 39 and the minimum temperature is 29 degree Celsius. The weather will change further from Saturday and rain may continue till Monday.

At the same time, earlier on Thursday, the maximum temperature was lower than Wednesday, but due to the high level of humidity in the air, people were troubled by sweating throughout the day. The attitude of the sun was also harsh since morning. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature of the capital was recorded at 39.8 degrees Celsius on Thursday and the minimum temperature was 29 degrees Celsius, one degree above normal. The humidity level in the air ranged from 46 to 74 percent. Talking about different areas of Delhi, Palam recorded the maximum temperature of 39.1 degree Celsius, Lodhi Road 39.4, Jafarpur 41.2, Mungeshpur 40 and Pitampura 39.8 degree Celsius.

Delhi-NCR air in poor category

There was a partial improvement in the air of Delhi-NCR on Thursday. The air level reached the poor category. The cleanest air was recorded in Ghaziabad and Gurugram. It is likely to improve further due to change in wind direction in the next 24 hours. According to the air bulletin released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air index of Delhi was recorded at 221 on Thursday. Apart from this, 236 in Faridabad, 196 in Ghaziabad, 186 in Gurugram, 221 in Greater Noida and 242 in Noida.