Rain in Delhi. Delhi has already recorded 56.6 mm rainfall in January, the maximum for the month in 21 years, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). Delhi enveloped in fog, visibility affected; IMD predicts more rain, thunderstorm in North India 10 minutes ago TDP leader Puramsetti Ankulu found murdered in … NEW DELHI: Parts of the national capital witnessed light to moderate rain for the third consecutive day on Tuesday. MD Skymet, Jatin Singh: First typical rainy wintery spell for North India and unseasonal rains expected over Maharashtra. Light intensity rain would occur over South Delhi, South West Delhi, Dwarka, IGI airport, Chandpur, Bijnor, Nazibabad and Saharanpur during next 2 … Sporadic rains drenched the national capital for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday. Light to moderate rain, hail likely in Delhi today Delhi: Will take vaccine at the earliest, says Randeep Guleria Want the ‘Perfect Hot Water’ for daily needs? "Thunderstorm with light to moderate intensity rainfall to occur over some parts of south Delhi … The city recorded 40 mm of rain between Saturday and Sunday night, the highest amount of rain on a January day since … Rain The Safdarjung Observatory, which provides representative data for the city, has already recorded 56.6 mm rainfall this January, Kuldeep Srivastava, the head of the IMD's regional forecasting centre, said.. On an average, Delhi records 21.7 mm in January every year. It had gauged 48.1 mm rainfall in January last year, 54.1 mm rainfall in January, 2019 and 59.7 mm in January, 1999. 40mm rain in 36 hrs throws Delhi out of gear, more likely today: IMD Temperatures fell on Sunday, with the minimum temperature recorded at 9.9 degree Celsius, three degrees above normal. New Delhi, Jan 6 (PTI) Delhi has already recorded 56.6 mm rainfall in January, the maximum for the month in 21 years, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The Safdarjung observatory recorded 4.7mm rainfall between 8.30am on … January rain in Delhi maximum in 21 years: IMD The rains, under the influence of a strong western disturbance, come on the back of a severe cold wave that gripped Delhi in the run-up to new year, the IMD said.On Friday, the mercury plummeted to 1.1 degrees Celsius, the lowest in 15 years, and very dense fog lowered visibility to zero metres. Since the rain started in Delhi-NCR on Sunday and Monday, people have got some relief from the cold in Delhi but the cold winds will continue in Delhi. Sporadic rains … Rain lashed Delhi and NCR on Sunday morning, leading to a drop in day temperatures amidst strong winds and thunderstorm. NEW DELHI: Moderate to heavy rain lashed parts of the national capital on Sunday morning.