The weather took a turn in Delhi-NCR.

New Delhi:



 witnessed strong winds and drizzle this morning amid forecast of a thunderstorm.

The Meteorological Department has predicted light to moderate rain in the National Capital Region (NCR) and adjoining areas and predicted partly cloudy sky in Delhi and adjoining areas today.

According to tomorrow's weather bulletin, the maximum temperature may drop by 2-3 degrees in 48 hours.

According to the forecast, the maximum and minimum temperature in the national capital and surrounding areas will be around 32 and 14 degrees respectively.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had said in a statement that, "The maximum temperature is likely to be three to five degrees Celsius above normal in most parts of northwest, central and eastern India during the next five days." 

Kailash Gehlot will handle Manish Sisodia's 8 out of 18 portfolios, Rajkumar Anand will be responsible for the remaining 10.

However, an IMD official said that in the first fortnight of March, the mercury may rise to 40 degree Celsius and above in one or two meteorological subdivisions of northwest India.

(with language input)

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