New Delhi: September has started with rain in Delhi. It is raining heavily in Delhi NCR today. The weather According to the department, the weather conditions in and around the capital Delhi will remain almost the same on Thursday. Heavy rains along with thunderstorms have started since this morning and passengers have been facing traffic jams due to waterlogging as it continues to rain during office hours.
The first day of September started with a record 2-hour rainfall over large parts of Delhi, after which the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday issued an orange warning for Delhi-NCR.
The Lodhi Road Observatory received 120.2 mm of rainfall in the 24 hours ending at 30.30 am, and Safdarjung recorded 112.1 mm of rainfall. The IMD said other stations also recorded heavy rainfall including Palam 71.1 mm, Ridge 81.6 mm and Aya Nagar 68.2 mm.
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For the national capital, rainfall has been recorded in different parts of Delhi from 30.30 am to 11.30 am: Safdarjung.65. mm mm, Palam.2.2 mm, Lodi Road.45. mm mm, ridge 50.0 mm and aya nagar.8..8 mm.
The IMD on Wednesday forecast moderate to heavy rains and thunderstorms in most parts of Delhi-NCR. There is a possibility of moderate rain with one or two spells in isolated places of Delhi-NCR.
According to the meteorological department, the areas that are likely to receive heavy rains day after day include Delhi’s Lodi Road and the area around Indira Gandhi International Airport and the NCR, including Gurugram, Ghaziabad and Noida.
Let us tell you that it has been raining heavily in Delhi for the last two days, which has caused waterlogging and disruption of traffic. The maximum temperature on Tuesday was recorded at 28.9 degrees Celsius, five degrees below normal. The minimum temperature was 24 degrees Celsius, three degrees below normal.
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