The town is prone to get reduction from humidity over the following two days with the India Meteorological Division (IMD) issuing a heavy rain alert on Sunday, whilst remoted pockets of Gurugram obtained mild rainfall.
A climate warning bulletin issued by the IMD’s meteorological centre in Chandigarh predicted a “heavy to very heavy rain with thunderstorm or lightning” at remoted locations in Gurugram on Monday and Tuesday.
The meteorological centre additionally issued an orange alert for Gurugram, informing authorities to be ready for thunderstorms or lightning. “An orange alert has been issued in Gurugram district for Monday and Tuesday on account of heavy rain predictions. We expect impacts like waterlogging in low-lying areas or disruption in electrical energy and water provide. Because of rain, roads may be slippery, together with low visibility, so visitors authorities ought to be ready,” mentioned an official from the Chandigarh meteorological centre.
The monsoon formally arrived in Delhi-NCR final Tuesday, however the metropolis has solely obtained mild rain to this point, with humid climate circumstances persevering with.
On Sunday, Gurugram recorded a most temperature of 36.8 levels Celsius (°C), which was two levels above regular and a minimal temperature of 30.6°C, which was 4 levels above regular.
In response to the weekly forecast of the IMD, the temperature within the metropolis is prone to scale back over the following three days on account of rain. Over the following few days, the utmost temperature is anticipated to be round 28°C-32°C, and the minimal temperature is prone to be round 26°C-30°C.
In the meantime, the air high quality in Gurugram improved from the average to the passable zone of the Central Air pollution Management Board’s every day air high quality bulleting, with an air high quality index of 72.
The air high quality in Delhi-NCR is prone to stay within the passable to average class over the following 5 days, in response to a bulletin issued by the Air High quality Early Warning System for Delhi on Sunday.