According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the weather in Delhi will change rapidly from Sunday and the temperature may increase.
New Delhi| With dark clouds in the skies of Delhi-NCR witnessed non-seasonal rains and hailstorm this afternoon. Some parts of Delhi were flooded due to the sudden rains. However, the hailstorms made it difficult for people to walk on the road. Apparently, the hails were half the size of an ice cube.
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The non-seasonal rain and hailstorm have affected vehicular traffic. Traffic jams are being reported from various parts of the city. It was raining late in the evening after some areas. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the weather will change rapidly from Sunday and the temperature may increase.
The impact of the Western upheaval is changing this season in Delhi-NCR. On Friday, the maximum temperature was increased on Friday compared to other days. The maximum temperature was 28.3 degrees Celsius on Friday and the minimum temperature was 13.8 degrees Celsius. However, the maximum temperature is less than one degree Celsius.
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