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Rains lash Delhi; heat wave doubtful any longer

June 5, 2012 by politicalmirror in Delhi with 21 Comments

New Delhi: Within hours of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) verifying that Monsoon has touched base in Kerala, the weather in the national capital Delhi also turned pleasant.  More than a few parts of the city were lashed by rains, with some even witnessing thunder showers with hailstorm.

According to the IMD, Delhi will see the onset of Monsoon by the end of this month.

On the other hand, in a big relief for Delhiites who had been reeling under an intense heat wave for the past several weeks, the IMD said the city is unlikely to experience the loo anymore.

As well, thunder showers are likely to continue over the next several days.

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