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Temperature Slightly Dips; Humidity Adds to Residents’ Problems

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Temperature Slightly Dips; Humidity Adds to Residents’ Problems

July 21
11:52 2014

rain heavyNew Delhi, Monday, July 21 – Delhiites have been witnessing sultry summers from past few days. Though temperature in the national capital got slightly down post downpour on Thursday that lasted for several hours but unexpected rain was hardly welcomed in the city as power outages in a number of Delhi regions made people sweat for around 5 to 6 hours. South Delhi residents faced the trouble of hindered power supply to a larger extent as rain restricted them to stand indoors and perspiration & mosquito menace added to their problems and hit the final nail in the coffin.

However, rainfall made mercury to dip to a considerable extent. Showers were expected during the weekend as well but picture was not the same this time. Despite sky being partly cloudy, Delhi and NCR zones did not observe in the last three days, making population to confront humid and sticky summer, which is considered worst of all seasons. The masses tried to go inside air conditioned rooms as soon as possible given that desired relief wasn’t offered by coolers and fans.

If information by weathermen is taken into consideration then people may have to face some sort of situation for a couple of days more. Rain indications are visible Wednesday onwards. Chances of storm are apparent till Sunday where percent of precipitation is likely to stay in the range of 20 percent to 60 percent. Dampness factor will remain in the atmosphere above 50 percent in this week that can further increase worries of the common mob. Same sort of scenario is expected till July end. If rain is observed throughout this week then there is huge possibility of seeing waterlogged streets. There is no likelihood of drizzle on Monday and Tuesday. Wind will blow at the speed of 10 km per hour to 13 km per hour and moisture to be between 46 percent and 49 percent.

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