Morning Showers Bring Relief in the National Capital; Water Logging Creates Problem for Commuters

June 27 11:33 2014

rain in delhiNew Delhi, Friday, June 27 – Delhi residents got slight relief from sultry weather conditions on Thursday as heavy showers early morning lasted for about an hour. The soothing climate in Delhi and NCR regions gave a slight breather to Delhiites from scorching heat, which seemed all set to create a lot of trouble for the common mob. Had there been no rain yesterday, level of humidity could have gone a tad up, which would probably have let people face the problem of sticky summer.

Light rainfalls in the early hours changed the weather for the better. Bringing the temperature down to some extent, it encouraged the mob to come out of their houses and enjoy. Utmost soothe and comfort was felt by the residents, who were fed up of frequent power outages and searing heat since early June. They woke up with a surprise on Thursday as unexpected showers made mercury to take a dip for sometime. Inhabitants enjoyed a mild breather from unbearable heat. However, it did not rain as much as anticipated. In fact, most of the sectors in the national capital witnessed just a mild rainfall.

Day was partly cloudy but warm weather during the noontime kept irritating the masses. Rainfall usually comes along with quite a lot of issues as well and similar picture was in front of eyes yesterday too. Morning showers gave a pause to the smooth running of the vehicles in the city as water logging in some of the streets followed by traffic jams made cars, bikes and three wheelers to crawl in the early hours. Water clogged roads indicated how inhabitants  may suffer in the coming days when monsoon will arrive.

According to the weathermen, scattered clouds are likely to keep atmosphere humid on Friday. Wind is expected to blow with the speed of 11 kilometer per hour, while 10 percent precipitation is also probable. People may possibly see a sunlit afternoon in the later half. ‘Same sort of weather may be observed for the entire week’, weather forecasters added further.