Apart from Delhi, these places will receive light showers today; see list here

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According to IMD, light to moderate intensity rainfall would occur over adjacent areas of isolated locations of Yamunanagar, Kosali, Sohana, Rewari, Palwal, Bawal, Nuh, Aurangabad, Hodal in Haryana.

In Uttar Pradesh, rains have been forecast in Saharanpur, Gangoh, Shamli, Muzaffarnagar, Kandhla, Khatauli, Sakoti Tanda, Hastinapur, Chandpur, Baraut, Daurala, Bagpat, Meerut, Khekra, Modinagar, Kithor, Garhmukteshwar, Pilakhua, Hapur, Gulaoti, Siyana, Sikandrabad, Bulandshahar, Jahangirabad, Anupshahar, Shikarpur, Khurja, Pahasu, Debai, Narora, Gabhana, Jattari, Atrauli, Khair, Aligarh, Nandgaon, Iglas, Barsana, Raya, Hathras, Mathura, Sadabad.

In Rajasthan, light to moderate rain is forecast in Bhiwari, Tizara, Nagar, Deeg, Laxmangarh, Bharatpur over the next 2 hours, according to IMD.

In another update, the Regional Weather Forecast Center (RWFC) in Delhi has said that light to moderate rainfall will be expected over and adjacent areas of isolated places in Delhi over the next 2 hours.

IMD has also said that an impact is expected and also suggested actions due to rain over Delhi-NCR and adjacent areas: waterlogging in low-lying areas, occasional reduction in visibility, traffic disruption due to waterlogging on roads leading to increased travel time, minor damage to kutcha, potential for damage to vulnerable structures, damage to horticulture and standing crops in some areas.

IMD also suggested a suggested action for people: check the traffic congestion on your route before leaving for your destination, follow the traffic advisories that are issued about it, avoid going to areas that frequently face waterlogging problems, avoid staying in vulnerable areas structure.

Talking about areas that are likely to receive rain in most places across Delhi, North Delhi, North East Delhi, North West Delhi, West Delhi, Central Delhi, New Delhi, South West Delhi, South Delhi, South East Delhi, East Delhi.

Places like Narela, Bawana, Alipur, Kanjhawala, Budha Jayanti Park, Jafarpur, Nazafgarh, Delhi Cantt, India Gate, Akshardham, Palam, Safdarjung, Lodi Road, Nehru Stadium, IGI Airport, Vasant Vihar, RK Puram, Defense Colony, Lajpat Nagar , Vasant Kunj, Hauzkhas, Malviyanagar, Kalkaji, Mahrauli, Tughlakabad, Chhattarpur, IGNOU, Ayanagar, Deramandi), NCR (Loni Dehat, Hindon AF Station, Bahadurgarh, Indirapuram, Noida, Gurugram, Manesar will receive light to moderate intensity rain.

Earlier on Sunday, an official with the MeT department told PTI that parts of Rajasthan have recorded 10-30mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours due to an active western disturbance that caused a slight drop in temperatures. Bhilwara’s Sahada, Rajsamand’s Relmagra, Udaipur’s Dabok, Rajsamand’s Bheem all recorded rainfall of 30mm in the past 24 hours. Several other locations across the state saw rainfall of 10 to 20mm during the same period.

In Rajasthan, hailstorms damaged crops in Udaipur. One local said: “Our harvest has been damaged, what are we going to eat now? I ask the government to help us.”

According to IndiaMetSky Weather data, moisture is settling on the Aravali mountain tops and lifting instantly.

“The long active tail of the Western Disturbance is full of thunderstorms. Huge moisture incursion from both seas, convergence and interesting topology are helping this chain of long thunderstorms. Moisture is hitting the tops of the Aravali mountains and rises instantly. Chain expands from south Rajasthan-Delhi,” IndiaMetSky Weather tweeted.

The Western Disturbance is a weather phenomenon that affects the north-western parts of India, bringing with it clouds, rain and sometimes snow.

Western disturbances form over the Mediterranean Sea and move eastward, picking up moisture and energy as they go. When they reach northwestern India, they interact with the Himalayas and cause increased cloud cover, often resulting in precipitation in the form of rain or snow.

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