The weather department had issued a yellow alert' for Saturday as well, cautioning people about moderate rain at most places in Delhi with heavy rains at a couple of locations.
They, however, said farmers, at the individual level, have been hit the hardest by the highly erratic monsoon and many have not yet received help from state governments.
For the next five days, there are slim chances for significant rainfall in the capital, according to a statement from the India Meteorological Department.
Light to moderate rain, with some heavy spells, is also expected in parts of north India and some areas of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh
India Meteorological Department (IMD) Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra on Thursday junked last week's forecast of early withdrawal of southwest monsoon and announced the extended stay of the seasonal showers.
Skymet predicts that regions in eastern India like Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Assam, parts of Bihar, northeast Uttar Pradesh, are likely to witness light to moderate rain with heavy spells in the next 24 hours.
A total of 1,553 people have died in the last five monsoons, he said.
Paddy was sown in 390.99 lakh hectare in the year-ago period, the data showed.
The normal date for withdrawal of the southwest monsoon is September 17.
Regions in Western India are likely to witness are likely to witness scattered light to moderate rain in the next twenty four hours according to Skymet's report.
Delhi reported 23 dengue cases in January, 16 in February, 22 in March, 20 in April, 30 in May, and 32 in June, according to a report from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).
Petrol and diesel demand had fallen month-on-month in July. While petrol consumption is almost flat in the first half of August, diesel - the most widely used fuel in the country - saw demand drop 11.2 per cent during August 1-15 to 2.82 million tonnes from 3.17 million tonnes in the same period of the previous month.
Regions in western Himalayas, Punjab, sub-Himalayan West Bengal, north east India, Kerala, and at one or two place over interior Karnataka are also likely to witness light rain according to Skymet's forecast.
Jammu city recorded 189.6 mm of rain in 24 hours, the highest downpour in a day in almost 26 years, causing landslides and flash floods, meteorological department officials said on Thursday.
Skymet forecasts parts of Southern India such as Kerala, parts of Andaman and Nicobar Islands are likely to witness scattered light to moderate rain.
Regions in Western India such as Konkan and Goa, parts of Madhya Maharashtra and parts of Vidarbha witnessed light to moderate rain in the last twenty four hours.
Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, parts of Haryana, Northwest Uttar Pradesh, rest North East India, Kerala may also witness scattered light to moderate rain, Skymet has said
Parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, parts of Haryana, Northwest Uttar Pradesh, rest North East India, Kerala and Lakshadweep are likely to witness scattered light to moderate rainfall.
Light to moderate rainfall splashed regions in Western India such as Marathwada and Gujarat, these regions are likely to witness scattered light to moderate rainfall in the next twenty four hours as well.
Skymet has predicted that regions in Southern India such as interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu,Telangana will continue to receive light to moderate rain in the next twenty four hours.
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As the state of Kerala continued to experience severe rainfall on Wednesday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued red alerts in three districts and orange alerts in eight.
Regions in Delhi, parts of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Konkan and Goa, west Madhya Pradesh and at one or two places over Madhya Maharashtra may also witness light rain.
Light rain is possible over rest of the country except south Rajasthan and Saurashtra and Kutch
A few places over Ladakh, Kerala, interior Karnataka, and coastal Tamil Nadu received light rain, Skymet reported.