The IMD attributed the trigger to western disturbance and cyclone.
Unusual Delhi: Delhi experienced the coolest month of Might since 2008, mentioned India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday (June 1) attributing the trigger to western disturbance and cyclone.
Kuldeep Srivastava, scientist at IMD and head of regional weather forecasting Centre told ANI, “Right here’s the coolest Might since 2008. There are two main causes for this. Each and every Western disturbance and cyclones affected the weather in Delhi-NCR.”
“Cyclone Tauktae’s remnant came to Delhi causing all-time file heavy rainfall of 119.4 mm on Might. Attributable to this, now we admire cloudy skies for spherical 5 days and frigid winds which reduced the temperature,” he mentioned.
“The 2d cyclone did no longer trigger rainfalls in Delhi however changed the nature of winds which additionally affected our temperature. In Might, 5 western disturbances resulted in rainfall for spherical 4 days in Northwest India that had an affect on our weather,” he added.