Half an hour in Delhi: Storm blows at 100 km per hour, kills 2 | Indian News – Indian Times

New Delhi’s hustle and bustle of 100 kilometers per hour and torrential rain on Monday evening caused trees to fall on the greenery, causing severe damage to some passing vehicles. Stockpiles at the construction site and metal and tin were thrown into the air, but it fell on vehicles of unsuspecting passengers in unprecedented fury. Being on the road for that half-hour commotion was definitely life-threatening. Two people have been killed in a landslide.
When Basil Baba, 50, fell from the balcony of the second floor of a house near the Jama Masjid, Bashir Baba was killed by a tree near Angori Bag near the Red Fort.

Most of the damage was done in New Delhi and Central Delhi. At least 85 trees were destroyed and 40 small branches were reported to be in disrepair. According to the corporation, the number of fallen trees has reached 170, which is an estimate.
The Indian Meteorological Department has not issued any warnings about hurricanes and hurricanes. The hurricane struck shortly after 30-40 minutes in Gurgaon and neighboring Delhi. Starting at 4pm, it took less than two hours, with the maximum ranging from 4 ፡ 30 in the morning to 5 p.m. The most intense stage lasts 10-15 minutes. “When it reached Central Delhi, the system was a thunderstorm. He then moved east and entered Noida, where he died slowly, ”said an IMD official.

“Such thunderstorms occur once every three to four years as a pre-rain event. Last May 13, 2018, when the wind speed was over 103 km / h,” said RD Jenamani, IMD’s weather forecaster.
In less than an hour, thunderstorms caused 17.8 mm of rain to fall in Sefedarjung and 20 mm along Lodi Road. In less than an hour in Sefdarjung, temperatures dropped from 40 degrees Fahrenheit[40 ° C]to 4 ° C[25 ° C].
“There was already a lot of humidity in the air, which is important to stimulate such a climate system.
Western Hemisphere: High humidity is flowing from the Mediterranean Sea to the western Himalayas through Iraq and Pakistan. This often leads to snow on hillsides and rainfall in the northern region, including Delhi.
Meanwhile, Monday’s high temperatures were almost the same as yesterday’s. According to the IMD, the maximum temperature in Sefedarjung was 40.6 degrees Celsius, the average temperature was 40.7 degrees Celsius the day before. Monday’s minimum temperature was 27.8 degrees Celsius, which is two degrees lower than the previous day’s average of 28.7 degrees Celsius.

According to the Department of Meteorology, the maximum and minimum temperatures on Tuesday could hover between 40 and 24 degrees Celsius. “There will be partial cloudy skies on Tuesday. There may be light rain and thunderstorms,” ​​said an IMD official.
At 4:00 pm, the city’s air quality was in the lowest AQI category. Rainfall has improved in the central region.
“Over the next three days, the maximum wind speed may be 18-24 kilometers per hour and will result in moderate diffusion and the ECI may be in the middle or lower extremities of the weak region,” SAFAR said in a statement.

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