Heavy rains in Delhi-NCR, water-logging causes traffic jams
Picture exhibits extreme water-logging in components of Ghaziabad metropolis because of heavy rainfall within the space.
- Delhi recorded four.6 mm of rainfall within the final 24 hours.
- Minimal temperature on Thursday was recorded at 26 levels Celsius.
- The rain began at round 7 am.
Heavy rains struck Delhi and the Nationwide Capital Area on Thursday morning inflicting site visitors jams at a number of locations even because the showers introduced respite from the humid circumstances.
Climate officers predicted extra spells of rain all through the day. Until eight.30 am, town recorded four.6 mm of rainfall within the final 24 hours and the relative humidity was 93 per cent.
Visible from Ghaziabad.
The minimal temperature on Thursday was recorded at 26 levels Celsius, two notches beneath the season’s common. The utmost temperature was anticipated to hover round 34 levels Celsius.
Visible from Parliament
It was a closely cloudy morning. The rain began at round 7 am and several other components of town have been waterlogged.
#WATCH Highway caves in Vasundhara space of Ghaziabad following heavy rains within the space. pic.twitter.com/syZlNGszrM
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“The sky will stay typically cloudy all through the day. There could also be spells of sunshine to average rain in most components of town,” an India Meteorological Division (IMD) official mentioned.
Water-logged roads of Delhi’s Mayur Vihar Part- II space
Wednesday’s most temperature settled at 32.2 levels Celsius, two notches beneath season’s common, whereas the minimal temperature was recorded at 28 levels Celsius, a notch above the season’s common.
In the meantime in Uttar Pradesh, many automobiles bought caught in a waterlogged highway on the under-bridge connecting Mainpuri, Saifai and Agra, following heavy rain final evening.
Autos caught in Etawah
A motorcycle rider caught in Etawah
With company inputs