New Delhi: Heavy rain hit components of Delhi-NCR on Saturday afternoon (March 18) following mild rain within the space the night time earlier than. Thunderstorms and lightning are additionally anticipated within the subsequent few hours. Delhiites witnessed cloudy skies and chilly winds after the drizzle. The Indian Meteorological Department’s report of attainable rainfall and thunderstorms in a number of components of the nation from March 17 to twenty is probably going as a consequence of a climate system passing by way of the area.
Several Delhiites have taken to Twitter to share photos of the heavy rain from their houses and streets to rejoice the change in climate.
Severe thunderstorm affecting the east #Delhi and adjoining areas of: #Ghaziabad And: #Noida.
Heavy rain, lightning, thunder and: #Hailstorm most likely in the identical space for the subsequent hour. #DelhiRains pic.twitter.com/sVZh2JMZeI— Meteorologist Navdeep Dahiya (@navdeepdahiya55) March 18, 2023
Heavy rain and hail in Delhi NCR…#Delhirain #WeatherUpdated pic.twitter.com/V5QzAYUvSE— Swati Shukla Kumar (@patrakarswati) March 18, 2023
Rain hits Delhi.#delhiRains pic.twitter.com/6BoRnlR72w— Atul Tripathi (@AtulT_official) March 18, 2023
Delhi rain:#Delhi Hailstorm#Delhirain pic.twitter.com/IO5T7pJafr—Anil Singh (@King_blinks10) March 18, 2023
Aaj upar wala bhi On the Rox peene ko bol raha hai… Cheers! #delhirain pic.twitter.com/ZCncvhLCBi—Capt Shashank (@Capt_Cool1) March 18, 2023
#Hailstorm in east delhi yayy#DelhiRains pic.twitter.com/3foHtMoBWA– IndiaMetSky Weather (@indiametsky) March 18, 2023
Apart from Delhi-NCR area, components of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Rajasthan are additionally anticipated to expertise mild to reasonable rainfall, together with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds from March 17-20, IMD mentioned.