It was a pleasant Sunday morning here with a minimum temperature of 25.6 degrees Celsius, a degree above normal. The Met Office has forecast light rainfall in some part of the city.
Heavy rains have been lashing Odisha since last night under the impact of two low pressure areas over south-east Rajasthan and its neighbourhood area and another over Saurashtra and Kutch and adjoining north eastern part of the Arabian Sea.
Several parts of Odisha were experiencing incessant rains for the last two days disrupting normal life.
Another hot day is in store for Delhiites Wednesday with the maximum temperature expected to hover close to the 40-degree mark
Rajasthan has received normal rainfall this monsoon season with only 11 districts out of 33 receiving deficit rain, the water resources department said.
Delhiites woke up to another warm and sunny day today with rains continuing to elude the national capital.
Delhiites woke up to another humid day on Wednesday as monsoon rains continue to elude the national capital.
The death toll due to heavy floods in parts of Odisha has reached 40 and about 35 lakh people have been severely hit with the incessant rains across 23 districts in the state.
Delhiites continued to reel under hot and humid conditions Thursday with humidity levels reaching 71 per cent and rainfall eluding the city.
Heavy rainfall for the past three days has disrupted life in Odisha, killing one person in Boudh district, an official said Monday.
A six-year-old boy was Thursday killed in a landslide at suburban Chembur following heavy rainfall lashing the city for last 48 hours, a civic official said.
Rains pounded several parts of Odisha Wednesday under the influence of a well marked low pressure area over northwest Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood.
Nearly 50 villages in the district have been cut-off from the tehsil headquarters and two bridges remained submerged as heavy rains continued to lash Thane Wednesday.
Though temperature remained at somewhat comfortable levels in the national capital as the sun played hide and seek throughout the day, humidity continued to remain on the higher side Friday.
Monsoon remained moderate in Himachal Pradesh for the fourth day and several areas in mid and lower hills experienced moderate to heavy rains.
First monsoon rains of the season lashed vast swathes of Haryana and Punjab bringing the much-needed relief to people especially peasants of the two agrarian states.
Delhiites woke up to an overcast Friday morning and saw light rainfall which is expected to continue through the day, the Met Office said.
The holy Char Dham yatra to Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Gangotri in Uttarakhand has been halted owing to heavy rains in the upper reaches of the state.
A day after heavy rains lashed the national capital and its adjoining areas, ending a spell of scorching heat wave and high humidity levels, the Met Office has forecast more showers on Monday.
People across Uttar Pradesh experienced yet another pleasant day as rains continued in most of the regions Monday, bringing the temperature below the normal level.
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