Delhi Witnesses Rain Amid Recordbreaking Heat Monsoon To Reach Kerala In Next 24 Hrs Weather Updates

Light intensity rainfall witnessed in Delhi on Wednesday. (Photo: News18)

The Indian capital of Delhi witnessed a welcome relief from the scorching heat as it experienced rainfall amid record-breaking temperatures. The city, which had been grappling with sweltering conditions for several days, saw a sudden change in weather as dark clouds gathered in the sky and brought much-needed showers.

The rainfall came as a respite for the residents of Delhi, who had been enduring extreme heat with temperatures soaring well above 40 degrees Celsius. The unexpected downpour not only brought relief from the oppressive heat but also cleared the air, providing some respite from the high levels of air pollution that Delhi is notorious for.

The rainfall in Delhi comes at a time when the southwest monsoon is set to hit the southern state of Kerala in the next 24 hours. The monsoon, which brings much-needed rain to the Indian subcontinent, is eagerly awaited as it signals the end of the scorching summer and the beginning of the rainy season.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the monsoon will reach Kerala by June 1st, marking the official onset of the rainy season in the country. This year, the IMD has forecast a normal monsoon, with rainfall expected to be within the normal range across the country.

The arrival of the monsoon is crucial for agriculture in India, as the majority of the country’s farmland relies on rainfall for irrigation. A timely and bountiful monsoon is essential for a good harvest and food security for the millions of farmers and consumers in the country.

As the monsoon progresses northwards, it is expected to bring relief to other parts of the country that have been reeling under the impact of the heatwave. The IMD has issued warnings for several states, urging them to take precautions against the extreme weather conditions and heavy rainfall that the monsoon is likely to bring.

With the onset of the monsoon, the country can expect a drop in temperatures and an increase in humidity, providing much-needed relief from the oppressive heat. The rains will also help replenish water bodies and provide relief to drought-affected areas.

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