The India Meteorological Division (IMD) stated components of South Delhi reported hailstorm round 7:30 am.
Extra rain and hailstorms are predicted in the course of the day, it stated.
Residents in neighbouring Gurgaon shared video clips of hailstorm there.
On Tuesday, the Safdarjung Observatory, which offers consultant knowledge for Delhi, recorded 1.3 mm rainfall until 5:30 pm.
The climate stations at Palam, Lodhi Highway and Ridge recorded 5.3 mm, 0.4 mm and 4.8 mm rainfall, respectively, in the course of the interval.
The minimal temperature rose to 13.2 levels Celsius because of a cloud cowl. The utmost temperature settled at 20.8 levels Celsius.
Clouds entice a number of the outgoing infrared radiation and radiate it again downwards, warming the bottom.
The rains, beneath the affect of a powerful western disturbance, come on the again of a “extreme” chilly wave that gripped Delhi within the run-up to the New 12 months.
On Friday, the mercury plummeted to 1.1 levels Celsius, the bottom in 15 years for January, and really dense fog lowered visibility to “zero” metres.
On Sunday, there was intense rainfall, thunder and lightning within the metropolis. The Safdarjung Observatory recorded 39.9 mm rainfall between 8:30 am on Saturday and a pair of:30 pm on Sunday.
The western disturbance is inflicting widespread snowfall within the hills too. As soon as it withdraws, the mercury will fall once more to 4 to five levels Celsius, officers stated.