It is raining heavily in Delhi with the onset of monsoonThere was respite after hot and humid weather, in which the temperature rose to 40 degree Celsius.
The parts of the city which received rain this morning include East of Kailash, Burari, Shahdara, Patparganj, ITO Crossing, India Gate, Barapullah, Ring Road, Delhi-Noida Border and Delhi-Gurgaon roads. The temperature was recorded at 27.6 degree Celsius.
Visuals from parts of the city show submerged streets, while traffic chaos was reported during the early morning rush hour.
Two Delhi-bound flights were also diverted due to heavy rains. An Air India flight was diverted to Amritsar, while an Indigo flight was diverted to Jaipur. Several other flights are running late.
Waterlogging was reported near Pragati Maidan, Delhi-Meerut Expressway near Vinod Nagar, Pul Prahladpur Underpass, IP Estate in front of WHO Building, under Zakhira Flyover, Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Loni Road Roundabout and Azadpur Market Underpass.
Delhi Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory for the passengers.
Traffic Police tweeted, “As per IMD report, ‘Light to moderate intensity rain and thundershower with gusty winds’ will occur in and around Delhi. Commuters are advised to plan their journey Make it accordingly.”
Budget carrier SpiceJet said all departures and arrivals may be affected due to inclement weather.
#weather update: Due to inclement weather in Delhi (DEL), all departures/arrivals and their resultant flights may be affected. Passengers are requested to keep checking their flight status through https://t.co/VkU7yLjZly,
— spicejet (@flyspicejet) 30 June 2022
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) in a tweet this morning confirmed the advance of Southwest Monsoon into the city. It has also warned of heavy rain in parts of the city on Thursday and moderate rain on Friday. The maximum temperature will come down to 34-35 degree Celsius.
The Meteorological Department said, “Southwest Monsoon has advanced into entire Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir, parts of Rajasthan, entire Delhi, some parts of Punjab and Haryana today.”
Meteorologists suggest that monsoon will give good rains in the first 10 days and will help in meeting the rain deficit in Delhi. The city has received just 24.5 mm of rain since June 1, against the normal 66.7 mm, all of which was recorded during June 16-20.
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