Delhi: Due to rain in Delhi-NCR in the morning, many roads were submerged in water. Due to which there was a traffic jam in the morning hours. Due to which the office goers faced the most problem. Due to the jam, vehicles were seen crawling at many places.
There was a long traffic jam on the road inside Gor City 2 Society in Greater Noida West. A long jam was seen on the road from Noida to Greater Noida Expressway. Queues of vehicles were also seen in Delhi. Apart from this, the Expressway in Gurugram was also jammed due to creeping vehicles. On the other hand, due to the potholes on the roads in the city and the rush to reach the office, people were stuck in traffic jams for several hours. Vehicles going from Jaipur to Delhi are stuck in jam on Delhi Jaipur Expressway near Signature Tower. Meanwhile, due to the jam at Udyat Vihar, the Udyat Vihar U-turn on the expressway was also jammed. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that light to moderate rain will continue throughout the day in the national capital and adjoining areas. will remain The Regional Weather Forecasting Center (RWFC) New Delhi has forecast light to moderate rain at many places in Delhi and adjoining areas. Besides that Gusty winds of 30-50 kmph will prevail. Delhi Weather Correspondent Safdarjung recorded ‘trace’ rain between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm on Wednesday. Similarly, Palam, Lodhi Road and Ridge stations also recorded ‘trace’ rainfall during the same period. No other station recorded rain till 5:30 pm, IMD data showed. IMD scientist Kuldeep Srivastava said there is a chance of rain early on Wednesday, with a chance of light rain in the afternoon. No rain was recorded at any other station till 30 pm. IMD scientist Kuldeep Srivastava said there is a chance of rain early on Wednesday, with a chance of light rain in the afternoon. No rain was recorded at any other station till 30 pm. IMD scientist Kuldeep Srivastava said there is a chance of rain early on Wednesday, with a chance of light rain in the afternoon.
Srivastava said the monsoon trough was south of Delhi on Monday, but in the last 24 hours it has advanced rapidly and crossed Delhi. It is currently north of the capital and is likely to remain there on Wednesday. From Thursday it will move northwards and remain around the foothills for a few days, hence no rain in Delhi from Thursday. Only 84.8 mm of rainfall has been recorded in August so far. By August 22, 175.7 mm of rain should have fallen, which is currently 52% short.
Meanwhile, the monthly long period average (LPA) is 233.1 mm which is unlikely to be crossed in the remaining days of August. There was light rain in many parts of Delhi. Earlier, the sky was cloudy all day. The maximum and minimum temperatures of the national capital were higher than normal on Tuesday.
The maximum temperature in the national capital on Tuesday was 35.8 degrees Celsius, two notches above normal, the IMD said. According to data shared by the IMD, the relative humidity was recorded at 75 per cent at 5.30 pm.