The weather stations at Palam, Lodhi Road, Ayanagar and Ridge recorded 12 mm and 4.8 mm, 8.9 mm and 6.2 mm rainfall, respectively, during the period.
Heavy rainfall along with hailstorms lashed the national capital in the morning of January 06. Continuous rainfall and heavy clouds led to dark skies over parts of Delhi as the winter weather turned odd. IMD predicted maximum temperature for the day at around 22 Degree Celsius with more rains in Delhi and surrounding areas. Watch: Delhi gets dark skies in morning amid continuous rains
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said parts of South Delhi reported hailstorm around 7:30 am. More rain and hailstorms are predicted during the day, it said. Residents in neighbouring Gurgaon shared video clips of hailstorm there.
Incessant rainfall in parts of Delhi-NCR continues to test the ongoing farmers’ protest. Farmers agitating against new farm laws faced weather’s wrath. Rainwater entered farmers’ camps at Singhu Border. Farmers refused to bow down to the challenging weather and the government. They are adamant on their demand for repeal of three farm laws. The seventh round of talks, held on January 04 between farmer leaders and Union Government, remained inconclusive. The next meeting is scheduled to take place on January 08 as the deadlock continues. Incessant rain in parts of Delhi-NCR continues to test protesting farmers
Winter rains and the ongoing cold wave has made it increasingly difficult for people without homes to survive in Delhi, especially with night shelter near the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) functioning without electricity.
The people of Delhi and neighbouring areas woke up to heavy rainfall this morning along with thunderstorms.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had earlier predicted "thunderstorms with light to moderate rainfall" over some parts of South Delhi viz Ayanagar, Deramandi, Tughalkabad, and some districts of Haryana.
Rain lashes parts of the national capital; watch visuals from near the Barakhamba Road. (Text: ANI)Rainfall lashes parts of Delhi-NCR for second consecutive day
However, Ministry of Earth Sciences' air quality monitor, SAFAR, said the improvement will be short-lived and the AQI is likely to slip back into the 'poor' category on Thursday.
The national capital and its suburbs recorded light rainfall on Sunday under the influence of a fresh Western Disturbance, according to India Meteorological Department. Higher wind speed aided dispersion of pollutants. The maximum wind speed was around 25 km per hour, IMD officials said.Rains bring respite from pollution in Delhi-NCR, air quality improves slightly
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the Ayanagar weather station recorded 99.2 mm rainfall, the maximum in the city, during the 24-hour period ending at 8.30 am on Thursday. The Palam and Ridge weather stations gauged 93.6 mm and 84.6 mm precipitation respectively.
A man aged about 60 drowned on Sunday morning in a waterlogged stretch on the Minto Road due to overnight heavy rain in Delhi. A bus driver, conductor and an auto-rickshaw driver were, however, rescued by the firefighters. A downpour in Delhi on Saturday night had led to waterlogging at various places.Delhi rains: 1 person killed, severe waterlogging across national capital following downpour
Delhi: Rains lashed parts of the national capital on Friday, bringing respite from the humidity. Severe waterlogging reported in Greater Kailash II, following heavy rainfall.Rains lash parts of Delhi, waterlogging disrupts traffic
Submerged underpasses, waist-deep water on roads, fallen trees and electricity poles gave the residents of Delhi and its satellite cities of Gurgaon and Noida a rough time on Wednesday as heavy rains started pounding the national capital and its adjoining areas since early morning.
Rain lashed parts of Delhi-NCR early Thursday morning bringing down the temperature to 27 degree Celsius. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain would continue to occur over many places in the national capital and neighbouring areas during the next 2 hours.Heavy rains lead to waterlogging in parts of Delhi-NCR; IMD predicts more showers
The Safdarjung Observatory, which provides representative figures for the city, recorded 46 mm rainfall between 8:30 am on Wednesday and 8:30 am on Thursday.
A number of vehicles damaged in Saket area's J Block, after a side wall collapsed following incessant downpour in Delhi.Watch: Vehicles damaged after wall collapsed following incessant downpour in Delhi
Rain lashed parts of the national capital on August 19. India Meteorological Department has predicted, 'generally cloudy sky with heavy rain' for Delhi today. Current temperature of Delhi is 28 degree Celsius.Watch: Rain lashes parts of Delhi, temperature dips to 28 degree Celsius
New Delhi: A spell of early-morning rain brought respite from sweltering weather in the national capital and neighbouring areas on Monday as the weatherman predicted more downpour till the onset of the monsoon in the city.Delhi: Rain lashes parts of the national capital, brings relief from scorching heat
The overnight rain led to water-logging at several stretches of roads in Delhi on August 13. An underpass in Dwarka waterlogged due to rain in the morning. Watch: Rain led to water-logging at several places in Delhi
Many areas were waterlogged due to the rains.
Last Sunday, many regions of Delhi-NCR saw rampant waterlogging and a number of fatalities following heavy rainfall. Widespread traffic jams had been reported even as the rains brought relief from high temperatures that made the city suffer for quite a few days.
A mini-truck driver lost his life by drowning under the waterlogged Minto bridge.
Delhi: A house collapsed in the slum area of Anna Nagar near ITO today following heavy rainfall. No one was present in the house at the time of the incident. Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS) and fire engines are present at the spot. Watch: House collapses near ITO in Delhi following heavy rainfall
The parts of national capital received rainfall which brought respite from heat. Udyog Bhawan and Rail Bhawan area received the shower. The current temperature of Delhi is 29° C. A bus got completely submerged in water at Minto road.Heavy rains lash Delhi-NCR, a bus completely submerged in water at Minto road
Heavy rain accompanied by strong winds lashed parts of the national capital early on Saturday morning. Earlier today, India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that thunderstorm accompanied with rain and gusty winds of speed 30-50 kmph would occur at and adjoining areas of Delhi NCR.Rain lashes parts of Delhi on Saturday morning
It was a cloudy morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature settling a notch above the season's average at 16.4 degrees Celsius, the meteorological department said.
Gusty winds ranging 30-40km/hour are also expected from Sunday, a senior IMD official said.
The IMD has made a forecast of 96% of the Long Period Average (LPA) which falls on the border of normal and below normal rainfall.
There were traffic jams at several places in Delhi due to the rains and water-logging. Delhi Traffic Police asked people to avoid the routes facing jam.
The weather office on Friday had forecast light rains in the city. The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 33 degrees Celsius.
Seventy people have died and 77 suffered injuries in rain-related incidents in UP since Thursday, officials said today.The maximum of 11 deaths were reported from Saharanpur.
Areas under Palam, Lodhi Road, Ridge and Ayanagar recorded 25.2 mm, 30.8 mm, 38.6 mm, 1.7mm rains respectively during the same period.
There was heavy waterlogging under Tilak Bridge, Modi Mill Flyover, Dhaula Kuan flyover and near Welcome Metro station.
The weatherman has forecast thunderstorm with squall at isolated places in the state on May 7 and thunderstorm with squall and hail at some places on May 8.
The minimum temperature in the city settled at 9.4 degrees Celsius, two notches above normal, a MeT department official said.
"The minimum temperature recorded this morning was 10 degrees Celsius, two notches above normal," a MeT official said.
Visibility was 100 metre at 5.30 AM at Safdarjung which dipped again to 50 metre at 8.30 AM before improving to 1,200 metre three hours later.
US Secretary of State John Kerry who was earlier scheduled to reach IIT campus on around 0945 am on Wednesday reached an hour late due to in a traffic jam caused by heavy rain in Delhi.
Civic authorities and Delhi police have asked residents to stay away from the roads as far as possible.
Heavy showers in the national capital led to traffic snarls due to water logging in various parts of the city.
The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) was forced to keep 1,000 buses off the road on Friday evening due to waterlogging.
Met office said the city will continue to receive rains for the next 24 hours
With the Yamuna level rising beyond danger level, the gates of all major drains in the city have been closed due to which there is no outlet for rainwater carried by the smaller drains.
Heavy rains continued to lash Delhi, inflating the Yamuna river and prompting authorities to shift people living in low-lying areas and near the river bank.
The national capital experienced a cool and cloudy Sunday with the city recording traces of rainfall in a few areas and the maximum temperature settling at 34.2 degrees Celsius, the MeT department said.
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People took to Twitter to express their hardships and shared pictures and videos to show the state of the city with the #DelhiRains.
The weather office has forecast cold wave conditions to continue over this belt over the next two days.
Altogether 87 people were injured and 32 others went missing in the deluge which hit all the 14 districts of the southern state.
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The continued dry weather conditions and maximum temperatures being above normal over parts of north-west and central India were a concern for traders as it could impact yield and the quality of crop.
Temperatures will play a critical role for the next two months before harvesting begins and planting for summer crops starts.
Rains forced the shifting of 'At Home' function hosted by President Pranab Mukherjee today from the Mughal Gardens to the Ashoka Hall.
Rains and mild hailstorm ensured a rocky start to the World Culture Festival organised by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on the floodplain of Yamuna in Delhi on Friday.
The weather office had earlier issued warnings to farmers, particularly in Maharashtra, advising them to use hail nets and mechanical support.
Flood waters have risen following heavy rainfall in the upper catchment areas of Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutan as well as in Assam.
A spokesperson for Mumbai airport said that the average flight delay is about 60 minutes and is set to increase further by the evening.
Rain and thunderstorm wrecked havoc in several parts of Uttar Pradesh leaving at least 21 dead while rest of North India reeled under heat wave and mercury touched 45 degree Celsius mark in some parts.
Radha Mohan Singh had come under sharp attack last week for giving different figures at different times about the crop area affected.
The maximum damage was reported in Rajasthan followed by Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.
The monsoon is two days overdue in Mumbai — it should have reached on June 10 — and is still some distance away from the city.
Rain and snow are likely to occur over Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh during the next 24 hours.
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Minimum temperature too was registered one notch above normal at 28.5 deg C, significantly up from previous day's 25.9 deg C.
Met reported widespread rain in J&K, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, west Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi in the 24 hours since Sunday morning.
The maximum number of 27040 devotees are stranded in Chamoli, 25000 in Rudraprayag and 9,850 in Uttarkashi, Disaster Management authorities said.
Experts advise farmers not to irrigate their fields as rain could lead to waterlogging, which could affect winter crops such as wheat, mustard, yellow peas, chana, potato and coarse grains.
India had sought assistance from multi-lateral agencies like the World Bank and the ADB for undertaking rehabilitation work in Uttarakhand.
Ruhl said disasters, like the one in Uttarakhand, can roll back decades of development and are a fundamental threat to economic development and fight against poverty.
Rains lashed most parts of north India today, bringing down the temperature while Delhiites sweated it out in warm and humid conditions as little monsoon activity was recorded.
National Disaster Response Force relief teams in the flood-hit states are moving people to safer areas, officials said.
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