Lightning began Thursday with a thunderstorm and lightning around 6:30 p.m. The temperature was 26 degrees Fahrenheit[26 ° C]and the humidity was over 80%.
Heavy rains fell in the capital on Thursday, a day after the capital received its heaviest September rains in 19 years. Over the past two days, Delhi has been experiencing heavy rains since morning and hours of heavy rains leading to major water closures and heavy traffic.
Lightning began Thursday with a thunderstorm and lightning around 6:30 p.m. The temperature was 26 degrees Fahrenheit[26 ° C]and the humidity was over 80%. Partial flooding has been reported on some roads, including the construction of roads near all the Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS).
The Indian Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert to the Delhi NRC region due to incessant rains. An advisor posted on Twitter about the potential impact of the rains. Rains are expected to affect parts of Delhi and neighboring areas: 1. Sliding roads and traffic jams. 2. Digging water in low places. 3. Occasional vision loss. Crops 5. Partially damaged structures are damaged, ”said IMD.
On Wednesday, Delhi recorded 112.1 mm of rain in 24 hours, the highest single day of September in 19 years. Many parts of the city, including the diplomatic corridor of Chanakpa, Conantip, Aino, Janpat and Ring Road, were flooded, removing traffic from the capital.
On September 13, 2002, the capital received 126.8 mm of rain. The all-time record for September 16, 1963, was 172.6 mm.
At least 27 tree-cutting incidents were also reported on Wednesday.