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Delhiites gets respite as monsoon shifts focus to North India, Extremely heavy downpour expected today

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Delhiites gets respite as monsoon shifts focus to North India, Extremely heavy downpour expected today

New Delhi: Delhi has finally got relief from the wrath of heat and it has started raining since Thursday morning. The weather pattern had changed in Delhi since Wednesday evening and the sky remained cloudy on Thursday morning. After this, it rained at many places and it is likely to continue. Earlier, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had also predicted moderate rains in Delhi.

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After the rain, the people of Delhi have got a lot of relief from the heat. At present, most parts of Delhi are cloudy and light drizzle is also happening in some places. On Thursday, an orange alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department in view of the possibility of rain for Delhi and surrounding areas. A warning has been issued for heavy rains in places like Noida, Gurugam, Ghaziabad, Faridabad etc. According to the Meteorological Department, intermittent rain will continue throughout the day in Delhi-NCR on Thursday.

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On the other hand, the Meteorological Department forecast that monsoon is expected to reach Delhi by Thursday or Friday. At the same time, according to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature in Delhi is likely to be 34 degrees and the minimum temperature is likely to be 27 degrees. Not only this, the sky will remain cloudy and it will rain. According to the Meteorological Department, the weather pattern will remain like this for a week.

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