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Delhi-NCR Weather Forecast: Due to rain in Delhi-NCR, the weather became pleasant, the Meteorological Department issued a yellow alert

Intermittent rain was seen in the adjoining areas of Delhi. A warning has been issued in this regard by the Meteorological Department.

Delhi Weather Forecast: Due to rain in Delhi NCR, the weather of the capital Delhi remains pleasant. After the rain in Delhi NCR area last night, the weather has become tolerant. Due to the rain, water was seen everywhere on the roads of Akbar Road and Hanuman Road. At the same time, intermittent rain was seen in the surrounding areas of Delhi. A warning has been issued in this regard by the Meteorological Department.Also Read – Delhi Weather Forecast: Light to moderate rain in Delhi for 5 days, AQI will also improve

The Indian Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for rain on Thursday. A yellow alert has been issued for Graeme and Saturday on Friday. Let us inform that in the areas of Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad, there is a possibility of light to moderate rain with cloudy sky. Due to heavy rains in some parts of Delhi NCR, people have got relief from the heat. Also Read – Himachal Weather Forecast: Meteorological Department expressed the possibility of heavy rain in Himachal Pradesh for 2 days, Yellow alert issued

Chance of rain till September 29

According to the Meteorological Department, till September 29, rain can be seen in Delhi till September 29. Actually, every year by 25 September, the monsoon returns, but this time it is expected that the monsoon will return by 29 September. Yellow alert has been issued for East Uttarakhand, East UP, West Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala where there is a possibility of moderate to heavy rain. Also Read – Delhi Weather Forecast: Yellow alert issued by Meteorological Department regarding rain in Delhi, it will rain till September 21-26

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