Focal Delhi is the second-most downpour insufficient area in northwest India this storm season after Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida and Greater Noida), which has recorded just 66.3 mm precipitation against the typical of 452 mm – a deficiency of 85 per cent.
Focal Delhi has recorded 62 per cent less precipitation this storm season up until now. It is the second-most downpour inadequate area in northwest India, as per India Meteorological Department information.
The region has checked 222.9 mm precipitation against the ordinary of 582.3 mm since June 1, when the storm season begins.
It is the second-most downpour inadequate area in northwest India this storm season after Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida and Greater Noida), which has recorded just 66.3 mm precipitation against the ordinary of 452 mm – a deficit of 85 per cent.
Upper East and Northwest Delhi have likewise recorded 33 per cent less precipitation up until this point.
While Northeast Delhi has checked 401.5 mm downpour against the ordinary of 582.3 mm, Northwest Delhi revealed 276.5 mm against 399.7 mm recorded generally.
Locale in northwest India which have recorded more than 50 per cent precipitation insufficiency incorporate Panchkula (- 61 per cent), Mathura (- 60 per cent), Ghaziabad (- 59 per cent), Kausambi (- 57 per cent), Bulandshahr (- 56 per cent), Rampur (- 55 per cent), Hoshiarpur (- 53 per cent), Rohtak (- 52 per cent) and Kanpur (50 per cent).
The climate division has given a caution for moderate precipitation in Delhi-NCR today.
The downpours are probably going to immerse low-lying territories and cause traffic interruption, the IMD warning said.