Heavy Rain In Delhi causes Flooded Roads and hours of traffic jams

Heavy Rain In Delhi: As the monsoon is coming in the capital. Delhi is now receiving more rainfall as compared to the last year. Many parts of Delhi are not prepared for this heavy rainfall. On Friday morning India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued the orange alert for the Delhi.


They also stated that there will be more chances of Heavy Rain In Delhi on Thursday. According to the department at the end of this weekend, there will be more rainfall. Some parts of eastern Delhi, Central Delhi, Barapullah flyover, and Western Delhi have got the rainfall which leads to waterlogging and hours of traffic jams in the Capital.


IMD stated that there will thunder-storms in the parts of Delhi NCR regions like Faridabad, Noida, Modinagar, Gurugram, and some more places in Delhi today.

Scientists also said that there will be moderate rainfall for continuous 2 days in some regions of Delhi NCR (National Capital Region). This rainfall is more not heavy than we had expected.

Heavy Rain In Delhi

Rainfall index and temperature of Delhi

Now Delhi is in the category of 8 % rainfall Index which is considered as deficiency of rainfall. Delhi will likely to reach 19 % category of the rainfall Index by the upcoming week. 19% is considered a normal category during the monsoon.

After the rainfall Capital s’ temperature will fall down to 24 degrees celsius. In this week Delhi s’ normal temperature is 30 degrees celsius. The humidity level is 77 % in the air. As IMD Scientists also predicts there will be more at the end of the day.

On the other hand states in Northern India like Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand Punjab is facing very heavy rainfall these days. Numerous landslides and floods are taking place in Uttrakhand. Himachal recently has landslide on Friday.

In central India states like Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Bihar, and Odhisha are meant to get more heavy rainfall. IMD has already declared a red alert for Odisha and Madhya Pradesh.

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