Weather Update: Relief from rain amid rising heat, thunderstorm alert, know where and how much mercury fell in North India

IMD Weather Update News: Delhi-NCR and the states of North India, which were smoldering due to the heat wave, heaved a sigh of relief late on Thursday night when the strong storm and the accompanying rain brought down the mercury rapidly. Gave. People heaved a sigh of relief due to the late night rains. The Meteorological Department had already predicted rain and thunderstorms. It is partly cloudy in Delhi since this morning as well. 

Where this rain has emerged as a relief in the heat in the plain states, on the other hand, in Uttarakhand, the alert of heavy rain and hailstorm has put the citizens there in worry. There is a strong possibility of landslides due to heavy rains and thunderstorms in the hilly areas. This rain may affect the ongoing Char Dham Yatra in the state. 

Where – how much did the mercury fall?
The rain in Delhi-NCR at 8 pm on Thursday (May 25) brought relief to the city reeling from the heat. Suddenly the mercury fell down. While the minimum temperature was recorded at 25 degree Celsius, the maximum temperature remained at 35 degree Celsius. 

Due to rain on May 25, a drop in temperature has been recorded in Haryana. Due to the activation of Western Disturbance, strong winds with a speed of 50 km accompanied by rains made the weather pleasant in the state. 

Himachal Pradesh also saw snowfall in different districts. In many places, an alert was issued forecasting thunderstorms, lightning and strong winds. It rained with hail and lightning in Shimla and neighboring areas. 

What will be the weather condition in future? 
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, in the coming days Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh with strong dust storm and rain. There is a possibility of hail, so there is a possibility of change in the weather.

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