- Several areas of Delhi received rain and dust storms on Thursday evening.
- Raindrops were received on Feroz Shah Road and around the Gateway of India.
- The reason for such weather is said to be due to Tay Loan.
Amidst intense heatwaves and a rise in temperatures, some parts of Delhi were hit with rainfall and dust storms on Thursday night. Raindrops were received on Feroz Shah Road and around the Gateway of India.
The rain comes days after the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that the first dust storm is likely to hit Delhi, with a chance outside.
The cause of such weather is believed to be the Western Perturbation causing the Cyclone Circulation for Haryana and surrounding areas. As a result, temperatures have dropped a bit, but are still around 40 degrees, so heat is still a factor in such thunderstorm activities.
“The first thunderstorm and dust storm are expected today and tomorrow, with some activity even on April 15. Intensity will peak today and decline thereafter. “, the IMD said on Wednesday.
However, earlier today, the IMD predicted that heat waves would continue in and around Delhi in the coming days.
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