Temperature In Delhi By Rain, Drops To 25 Degrees

The main weather station in Delhi, known as the Safdarjung Observatory, measured a rainfall of 21.4 millimeters between 8:30 am and 11:30 am.

Latest weather Updates: On Saturday, Delhi experienced a fresh round of rainfall, with the Meteorological office predicting heavy showers throughout the day. The primary weather station, the Safdarjung Observatory, recorded 21.4 mm of rainfall between 8:30 am and 11:30 am, while the Ridge Observatory reported 36.4 mm of rainfall, according to the India Meteorological Department.

The morning rain caused difficulties for many commuters, who faced challenges in reaching their destinations. The Public Works Department (PWD) received 15 complaints of waterlogging since the morning. In addition, there were complaints about waterlogging on other stretches managed by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) or other agencies, which were forwarded by the PWD. So far, the situation is under control. However, there was inconvenience caused to commuters due to waterlogging on the road around Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College in Delhi University's north campus, as stated by a PWD official.

The Meteorological office has forecasted a cloudy sky with heavy rain throughout the day. According to reports, the city experienced a minimum temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, which is three degrees lower than the average for this season. The maximum temperature is expected to reach around 30 degrees Celsius. The relative humidity was recorded at a high of 96 percent.

According to data from the Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi's Air Quality Index (AQI) was measured at 79, falling within the 'satisfactory' category, as of 9:00 am. The AQI scale categorizes readings as follows: 'good' for values between zero and 50, 'satisfactory' for values between 51 and 100, 'moderate' for values between 101 and 200, 'poor' for values between 201 and 300, 'very poor' for values between 301 and 400, and 'severe' for values between 401 and 500.