IMD Rainfall Alert! IMD issued orange alert for heavy rain for the next two days, check details

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Delhi Weather News: The Meteorological Department said that there is a possibility of rain with strong winds and thunderstorms in Delhi during the next two days. During this time the wind speed can be 30 to 40 kilometers per hour.

Since the arrival of monsoon in Delhi-NCR, continuous rain is going on. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for heavy rain on 2-3 July in many areas of Delhi-NCR. The Meteorological Department has said that the sky will remain cloudy for the next seven days, and there is a possibility of moderate to heavy rain in Delhi NCR for the next two days.

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The Meteorological Department says that during this time, strong winds will also blow in the areas of Delhi NCR. Let us tell you that there was a forecast of moderate to heavy rain in Delhi on Monday, for which an orange alert was also issued, but it did not rain. The Meteorological Department says that at this time the monsoon line is passing over Delhi. Due to this, there may be good rain in Delhi during the next two days i.e. July 2 and 3.

How will the weather be this week?

Let us tell you that the maximum temperature in Delhi on Monday was recorded at 36.1 degrees Celsius, which is 1.7 degrees below the seasonal average, while the minimum temperature was 27.4 degrees Celsius, which is normal. According to the forecast issued by the Meteorological Department, the areas of Delhi NCR will remain cloudy during the next seven days.

Due to rain, many parts of Delhi are waterlogged

, while moderate to heavy rains are expected with strong winds and thunderstorms during the next two days. During this time, the wind speed can be 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. On the first day of the arrival of monsoon in the national capital, Friday morning saw 228.1 mm of rain, which is the highest ever in the month of June since 1936. Due to rain, many parts of the city were waterlogged and many people lost their lives.

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