Rain Live Updates: Parts of Delhi and the National Capital Region were waterlogged after heavy rain yesterday. With the forecast of more rain in the coming two to three days schools for classes 1-8 are shut in Noida and Gurgaon. The downpour has disrupted normal life in Noida, Gurgaon and the national capital. Traffic was also affected. On Thursday, heavy rainfall led to waterlogging in several parts of Gurugram, leading to traffic jams. Waterlogging was also reported in several parts of the national capital.
Delhi: Visuals from Lodhi Estate area as the city witness full day of rain
Delhi Traffic Alert: Traffic is affected in these areas due to waterlogging
Delhi Traffic Police informed that traffic is affected on Phirni Road, Najafgarh due to waterlogging and asked citizens to avoid the stretch.
Delhi Development Authority (DDA) postpones Tree Walk Event due to rains
The DDA has postponed its Tree Walk Event due to the prediction of heavy rains in the city on 24 September. The event will now be organised on 8 October.
Delhi rains: September turning rain surplus from rain deficit
From being rain deficit, the September is turning rain surplus for Delhi as the city received half of the September rains in just last 24 hours.
Delhi temperature for the next few days
The temperature in Delhi today will range between 22 degree to 27 degree Celsius, while for the next few days, the temperature will range between 23 degree to 34 degree Celsius.
Massive traffic jams across Delhi after overnight rain
Vehicles in the national capital were moving at a snail’s pace at various places as roads were clogged with heavy traffic jams on Friday morning following the overnight incessant rain.
IMD predicts more rain in these states
Isolated heavy falls & thunderstorm/lightning very likely over Uttarakhand during 23rd-26th; Himachal Pradesh and West Uttar Pradesh during 23rd-25th; Haryana, Chandigarh and East Rajasthan on 23rd & 24th; East Uttar Pradesh on 25th and Delhi & West Madhya Pradesh on 23rd Sept
Delhi rains: Vistara issues advisory
Due to waterlogging on account of heavy rains in Delhi & NCR, traffic congestion is expected. Customers travelling are advised to allow more time for their journey to the airport. Thank you!
Gurgaon: Waterlogging reported in these areas
Waterlogging was reported from major key areas such as Golf Course Road, Golf Course Extension Road, Vatika Chowk, Kherki Daula, Iffco Chowk, Sector 10, Sector 51, Hero Honda Chowk, Subhash Chowk, Sheetla Mata Road in Sector 5, Basai Road, Narsingpur stretch on the Expressway.
More rains in Delhi, NCR: IMD
Fresh cloud is approaching towards Delhi leading to possibility of light to moderate rainfall at most places with intense spells occasionally at a few places over Delhi and adjoining areas of NCR during next 3-4 hours.
Waterlogging in Gurgaon after incessant rains
Commuters wade through a waterlogged underpass near Rajiv Chowk in Haryana’s Gurugram as rain continues to lash the city
Delhi rain affects flight schedule
Due to bad weather (heavy rain) in Delhi (DEL), all departures/arrivals and their consequential flights may get affected. Passengers are requested to keep a check on their flight status
Delhi Traffic Police Update on waterlogged areas
Waterlogging has been observed on the following place:-
1.Near Hanuman Setu on Shanti van to Hanuman Mandir Carriageway.
3. Maharani Bagh Taimur Nagar cut.
3. CDR Chowk, Mehrauli towards Gurugram.
4. Andheria Mode towards Vasant Kunj.
5. Under Nizamuddin bridge.
6. Singhu Border near petrol pump.
7. MB Road towards Sainik Farm carriageway
Commuters are advised to avoid these stretches.
Delhi: Traffic snarls in the national capital after incessant rain
Rains continue to lash Delhi
Rains continued to lash parts of Delhi, leading to waterlogging and affecting traffic movement in several areas of the city. The national capital has been witnessing an incessant spell of light to moderate rain for the past two days. The weather department has predicted more rains on Friday.
Dengue cases likely to rise in Delhi next week amid downpour
Health expert believes that dengue cases might rise in next couple of weeks in Delhi. Dr Suranjit Chatterjee, Senior Consultant, Internal Medicine, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital told ANI, “It’s raining in Delhi, so dengue cases might rise in the next couple of weeks. Cases so far aren’t serious and do not require ICU care. Early diagnosis is helping in the management of cases.”
Severe waterlogging in Gurgaon
Severe waterlogging witnessed in several parts of Gurugram after incessant rain.
These 2 weather systems causing heavy rainfall during September-end
Delhi is experiencing an unusual change in weather as the national capital has never seen intense rainfall during September-end. However, meteorological scientists say that the rain is lashing the capital due to a rare interaction of two weather systems — a western disturbance and a low-pressure system — 250km southwest of the city.
IMD issues yellow alert for Delhi
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) also issued a ‘yellow alert’, cautioning people about moderate rain at most places in the city on Friday.
Recent rains in Jharkhand, Bihar & UP to save kharif paddy production loss to some extent
Recent good rains in Jharkhand, Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh will save the paddy crop and arrest to some extent the anticipated loss in India’s rice output in this Kharif season, according to the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) Director A K Singh.
Rain forces cancellation of final round, Gaurika declared winner of 13th leg of WPGT
Gaurika Bishnoi’s strong finish in the second round proved crucial as the final round of the 13th leg of the Women’s Pro Golf Tour at the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram was cancelled on account of rain.
Gaurika, who closed her second round with a hat-trick of birdies and carded 3-under 69 finished at 2-over 146 as the tournament was decided on the basis of 36 holes.
IMD issues warning for Western UP
“India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning that western UP will witness heavy rainfall. Admin is on alert,” said Sudhir Garg, Principal Secretary of Revenue Department. On Thursday, parts of Uttar Pradesh and the national capital region (NCR), including Gautam Buddh Nagar witnessed heavy rainfall throughout the day.
Schools shut in Gurgaon
With heavy rains lashing Delhi NCR area leading to waterlogging & long jams, along with heavy rainfall alert being sounded for today, schools in both Gurugram & Noida (upto class VIII) to remain shut.
Gurgaon advises people to work from home
The Gurugram Disaster Management Authority has advised all corporate offices and private institutions in the district to guide employees to work from home to avoid traffic congestion and to ensure repair work of roads and drains are carried out smoothly by civic agencies. The authority also advised to close all schools and colleges on Friday in the larger public interest. Read more
Noida schools to remain closed from classes 1 to 8
Al government and private schools from classes 1 to 8 in Noida will remain closed on Friday, District Magistrate Suhas L Yathraj informed. The notification was issued after the weather department issued an alert due to rains in the region. Read more
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