Parts of India’s national capital experienced heavy rains and hailstorm on Saturday afternoon. This was after people in Delhi woke up to cloudy morning on Saturday with temperature hovering around 16.4 degree Celsius.
Rains were likely also in Delhi’s surrounding areas such as Noida, where the temperature suddenly plummeted leading to heavy rainfall and hailstorm. However, a brief spell of rain and hailstorm was soon followed by sunny weather in Noida.
The Indian Met Office has said that more showers were likely in the region.
“The maximum temperature is likely to settle around 27 degrees Celsius,”news agency PTI quoted a Met official.
Meanwhile, social media users have taken Twitter to share the videos of Saturday’s hailstorm.
— Adv. Alok Ranjan ?? (@advalokranjan02) March 14, 2020
World leaders are not serious about climate change and coronavirus,
This kind of rain in march is a serious concern.
— Irfan (@simplyirfan) March 14, 2020
— Shiv Sharma (@shivsharmaIND) March 14, 2020