Rain Gives Some Relief To Pandemic-Ravaged Delhi
The Times of India Delhi|April 17, 2021
Minimum Dips To 20°C After Thunderstorm, Dust Storm

New Delhi: Delhi on Friday witnessed rain, thunderstorm and dust storm under the influence of a western disturbance. Though the day temperature was high, the weather became pleasant after ‘very light rain’ was recorded in several parts of the city in the evening.

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