Delhi Rains Alert: The capital Delhi received record-breaking rain on Saturday. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the record of 121 years has been broken here. Heavy rains worsened the condition of Delhi. Roads became ponds, airport rivers. People took out boats on the streets. However, the rain has stopped since night and due to this water has subsided in most of the areas. The latest news is that the Meteorological Department has issued an alert of heavy rain on Sunday as well. The administration has taken relief because there will be no traffic due to Sunday. But if the period of heavy rains continues for the next week, then the problems may increase. At the same time, heavy rain is also expected on 17 and 18 September.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), heavy rains in Delhi will continue till Sunday morning as a low pressure area is likely to form over East Rajasthan and another area over Bay of Bengal. According to IMD senior scientist RK Jenamani, the national capital will receive rains again from September 17.
According to him, heavy rains will continue in Delhi. Monsoon will cover Delhi-NCR, Punjab and Rajasthan. The system forming over East Rajasthan and Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify further. It will rain again in Delhi between 17-18 September.
121 years of record broken in Delhi
Delhi has received the highest 24 hours of rain in 121 years this year. September received 390 mm of rain, the highest in 77 years. Earlier in September 1944, 417 mm of rain had fallen. Delhi has recorded 1139 mm of rainfall in four months, the highest in 46 years. In 1975 1155 mm of rain was recorded.
Fresh photo video of Saturday’s rain in Delhi
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