Delhi Rains: Delhi-ACR Parts Witness Heavy Rain | Delhi News – Indian Times

NEW DELHI – The country’s capital saw the heaviest September rains in 19 years, with heavy rains hitting the city and the National Capital Region (NRC) on Thursday.
“Thunderstorms will continue in the next 2 hours with mild to moderate rains in Delhi-ACR (Noda, Gurugram, Faridabad, Manassar) Hesar, Ganarur (Haryana) Dawulala, Merut, Kitoor, Gahmukteshwar (UP) over the next 2 hours. , ”IMD tweeted at 7.25am on Thursday.

In a series of tweets, IMD on Thursday outlines possible action and the impact of rainfall.

Rains in parts of Delhi and neighboring areas expected to be affected – sliding roads and sidewalks, waterlogging in low-lying areas, occasional loss of visibility, partial damage to plants, partial damage to fruits and vegetables, and vulnerable structures, Thursday 6.27am Revealed IMD on Twitter.

On Wednesday, heavy rains in the national capital flooded major arteries, colonies, homes and shops, destroying normal life. There was heavy traffic in the city, and commuters were closed for hours.

Saadadarjung, the base station for Delhi, received 112.1 millimeters of rain by 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Previously, the maximum rainfall on September 24, 2002 was 126.8 mm.

(With agency resources)


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