Heavy rains hit Delhi NCR on Wednesday evening that provides relief to the people from humidity. It led to the condition of waterlogging and traffic jams.
As per India Meteorological Department, the monsoon is likely to hit Dehi in the coming 48 hours.
Several areas involving central India, Rajashtan, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar witnessed heavy rainfall. While, eastern Uttar Pradesh, western Bihar and the National Capital Region are waiting for the rains.
“Most likely monsoon will be declared in Delhi by tomorrow,” an IMD official stated. “Based on data, monsoon will be declared tomorrow (Thursday) or a day later (Friday).” It added
Due to cyclonic circulation in north Odisha, the monsoon was being delayed in eastern Uttar Pradesh.
“Monsoon will cover all the remaining parts of the country within 24-48 hours. The cyclonic circulation over north Odisha was cutting the moisture till yesterday. Today there was a drop in its activity,” the IMD said.