New Delhi: From the past few days, the discomfort level in the national capital and its surrounding areas such as Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Noida has increased due to warm weather conditions.
According to Skymet, scattered rains accompanied with thunderstorm are likely to batter Delhi-NCR between 13 to 15 September.
Notably, Delhi and its nearby regions have not received any significant rainfall activity after 17 August.
"These rains would be localised and would not last for long. These rainfall activities would not be widespread," stated the weather forecasting agency in its advisory.
However, in Mumbai, heavy rains are predicted for the next two days. This will also help the devotees of Lord Ganesha to perform Visarjan without any hindrance on 12 September.
The weather experts also predicted that the region in and around Mumbai are likely to receive significant rain and thundershower activity around 14 or 15 September, wherein moderate showers with one or two intense spells may appear over the city.