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Delhi-NCR Weather : The weather has suddenly changed in Delhi-NCR and people are getting relief from the heat. It rained heavily in many areas of Gurugram on Sunday. The temperature in Gurugram reached 18-25 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department had forecast light rain in many areas of Gurugram till Monday. In a tweet from the Regional Met Center, it has been told that there will be strong winds and light to moderate rain in Kaithal and Narwana areas of Haryana. Apart from this, light to moderate rain will occur around Alipore, Burari and Karawal Nagar of Delhi.
Pictures of Jhajjham rain near Gurgaon Sector 23 surfaced on Sunday. Apart from this, apart from raindrops from the sky, there has also been hailstorm on the Sarhaul border. Here a white sheet was spread on the road. New Gurugram Sector 27 also received hailstorm along with rain. Due to the rains in Gurugram, water-logging was also seen in many areas.
Water-logging was seen at Narsinghpur Service Road, Hero Honda Chowk, Basai Chowk, Khandsa, Sohna Road and Subhash Chowk. According to some media reports, water-logging was also seen near Sector 10, 15 10A, 29, 43 and 45 and RD City, Greenwood City. Rain water also filled some houses.
According to the Meteorological Department, light to moderate rain may occur for the next two to three days. The Meteorological Department has also predicted rain and strong winds in Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Orange alert has also been issued in many areas of Delhi-NCR for rain, hailstorm and strong winds on Monday.
Due to the change in the weather in the month of March, people are also feeling the cold winds. Light rain is expected at many places including Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, some parts of Haryana, Firozabad, Aligarh, Hathras. According to the information, after March 21, the weather will clear and there may be a rise in the maximum temperature. In the coming few days, the maximum temperature can be 30 to 31 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature can be 15 to 17 degree Celsius.