After four sunny days in Delhi-NCR, again rain/thunderstorm along with gusty winds gripped parts of Delhi-NCR on Wednesday, 5th March.
Most affected regions were of South Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad & Greater Noida. Also rain in these regions brought down the temperature by 6-8 °C in just half an hour. Strong winds above 50 km/hr also helped in lowering down the temperatures. Also hail reported from few areas of Gurgaon.
The cyclonic circulation associated with a WD brought stormy weather to the capital. The main observatory at Safdarjung recorded 4 mm rain with a maximum wind speed of 66 km/hr. The other observatory at Palam recorded 9.6 mm rain with a maximum wind speed of 84 km/hr.
The minimum temperatures also dropped by 2/3 °C at all places with few places going below 10 °C again. The table below shows the info of other regions of Delhi-NCR...
|HINDON||0.2 mm||9.5 °C|
|GURGAON||13.0 mm||10.0 °C|
|AYANAGAR||9.4 mm||10.6 °C|
|LODHI ROAD||3.6 mm||11.3 °C|
|PALAM||9.6 mm||11.6 °C|
|SAFDARJUNG||4.0 mm||11.9 °C|
|DELHI UNIV||NIL||12.8 °C|
|YAMUNA SPORTS CPLX||NIL||14.2 °C|
See Current Weather Page for Unusually Low Maximum Temperatures in Vidarbha on Thursday 6th March