Cloudy skies greets Dusshera, no rain likely
With yesterday’s sudden downpour in the Capital, the Delhi’ites have begun to feel the chill and its seems the winters have arrived. The morning joggers have started to opt for their woollens as the miniumum temperature has dipped in early hours of the morning. On Wednesday, the sky was also forecast making it more chilly for the residents. The Delhi residents were happy with the arrival of winters as one of them, Ankur Malhotra, said, ‘I love winters, especially the month of October when it just arrives.’ ‘I asked my mother to bring out the woollens. I started to feel the chill since Tuesday evening since it rained. I also keep special care during this time as you get sick easily,’ another Delhi resident, Pallavi Jain said. Meanwhile, the weather officials said that the depression over southeast and adjoining areas of central and southwest Arabian Sea moved west and northwestwards and lay centred at yesterday, within half a degree of Latitude 11.5 degree north/Longitud 64.0 degree east. Subsequently, it moved westwards and intensified into a deep depression and lay centred at today near Latitude 11.5 degree north/Longitude 62.0 degree east over southwest and adjoining west-central Arabian Sea. They added that the western disturbance as an uper air cyclonic circulation extending upto mid-tropospheric levels over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu and Kashmir now lies over Jammu and Kashmir and neighbourhood. System would move eastnortheastwards. The met department also said that its unlikely that Delhi would see any rain in coming days and that early morning fog is expected.