Turbulence rains across north India including Delhi-NCR, 56 dead, 27 flight divert:
The weather has suddenly changed all over North India, Maharashtra and South India including Delhi-NCR on Saturday. Due to a dusty storm at a speed of 80 kmph in Delhi-NCR, it was dark at five o’clock in the evening. After this rain accompanied by strong wind gave people relief from heat.
Due to bad weather, the routes of 27 flights coming to Delhi have to be changed, while many flights are delayed. In Delhi, the Blue and Red Line Metro services and about half a dozen trains were also affected.
The people of Delhi-NCR were frustrated due to heavy humidity from Saturday morning, but the rain that came in the evening got rid of the heat. On Saturday, Delhi’s maximum temperature was recorded at 40.1 and minimum 30 degree Celsius. Humidity recorded 49 to 74 percent. Despite the holiday due to the rainstorm, the people in the capital have had problems due to jam. There is also information about tree breakdown in many places with a strong thunderstorm.
400 people die from May
With the arrival of rain and celestial electricity on Friday and Saturday, the number of deaths in many states has increased to 56, while so many people are injured. Within two days, 26 people in Uttar Pradesh, 14 in Bihar, 10 in Odisha, 4 in Jharkhand and 2 in Madhya Pradesh died. More than 400 people have died in the country due to storm and lightning since May.