New Delhi: In big cheer for Noida residents, the city and neighbouring areas are set to receive moderate rainfall in the next three days. Also Read - Coronavirus: Day After CM Yogi's Visit, Noida Firm Sealed For Owner Not Disclosing Travel History

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast, favourable weather conditions are developing in Delhi-NCR for the first week of August. The rainfall is likely to cover the 33 percent rainfall deficit this season. Also Read - In a Touching Gesture, Bareilly Woman Names Her Newborn After Cop Who Helped Bring Her Husband Home

With light rains expected to lash the region, Noida residents can also witness a dip in temperature and some relief from humidity too. Also Read - 'Do Not Collect Rent For a Month', Noida DM Directs Lanlords Amid Exodus of Migrant Workers

“The sky is expected to be generally cloudy on Friday and there are fair chances of moderate rain over the next three days,” an IMD official said.

A Hindustan Times quoted Mahesh Palawat, director Skymet, a private weather forecasting agency, “Currently, the conductive clouds, which form a supportive system for rain, are moving back towards Delhi-NCR region. The current weather system shows there are fair chances of moderate to heavy downpour in the first week of August.”