“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.
Medium to heavy rains continue in some parts of Delhi-NRC (Loni Dehat, India).
– Indian Meteorology Department (@Indiametdept) 1630547974000
In a series of tweets, IMD on Thursday outlines possible action and the impact of rainfall.
– Indian Meteorology Department (@Indiametdept) 1630547922000
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.
Suggested Action: 1. Follow any traffic tips given in this regard.2. Avoid being at risk… https://t.co/AKZ6zSGbQA
– Indian Meteorology Department (@Indiametdept) 1630546352000
Rains expected to be affected by Delhi and nearby areas 1. Sliding roads and traffic jams ሮ https://t.co/rzz8k3hUkZ
– Indian Meteorology Department (@Indiametdept) 1630546339000
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.
Rain through the country’s capital; Images near Rakab Ganj # DelhiRains https://t.co/Dv7ROWyOfE
– Toi Delhi (@TOIDelhi) 1630548605000
Medium to heavy thunderstorms continue in many parts of Delhi and neighboring areas… https://t.co/zjC6YraOiE
– Toi Delhi (@TOIDelhi) 1630548544000
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.
For the second day in a row, heavy rains hit the country’s capital, causing partial waterlogging. Views from Abba… https://t.co/w9HxHAJVJW
– Toi Delhi (@TOIDelhi) 1630548385000
DELHI – Several roads have been flooded near the Ring Road, where heavy rains continue.… Https://t.co/kZdTe9nEht
– Toi Delhi (@TOIDelhi) 1630550304000
Haryana rainforests; Views from Sector 35, Faridabad. # FaridabadRains https://t.co/ndpCIkj7kn
– TOI Gurgaon (@TOIGurgaon) 1630551557000
(With agency resources)