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Relief for Delhi people as IMD forecasts rain for next few days

By Saima Siddiqui 
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Relief for Delhi people as IMD forecasts rain for next few days

New Delhi: This summer season is likely to be hotter than ever before. As the weather patterns have started heating up in many parts of the country just in the beginning of March, people of Delhi are likely to get some relief.

Also Read :- IMD predicts heavy rainfall in UP, Haryana, MP, issues 'yellow alert' for Delhi today

According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), there may be snowfall in many hilly areas in Himachal Pradesh in the coming time. Alert has also been issued in 6 hill areas including Shimla.

At the same time, IMD has also predicted some relief in the form of rain for Delhi. Apart from Tuesday evening rain, the national capital is likely to escape the scorching sun once again with more rainy clouds on March 12 as well. The recent rain and snowfall in the hilly areas have also effected a sudden change in the plains.

Due to the rains on Tuesday evening, the temperature has dropped a bit today with winds blowing at 30 to 40 km per hour, the heat is likely to be a little less even in parts of Delhi.

IMD issues alert in many states:

As per Meteorological Department, there may be rain in many states across the country, from March 11 to March 13 due to which people living there will get relief from the cold.

Also Read :- IMD predicts rain with thunderstorm in parts of Delhi-NCR during next 2 hours

IMD weather report also suggeste that light rain may occur in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha from 11 to 13 March. The weather will reportedly change in the hill areas from March 10. There are chances of snowfall in high altitude areas and rain in other areas on Wednesday. Western disturbance will be active in the state from 11 March. During this period, cloudy rains are forecast in most areas.

This series will continue till 14 March.

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