Delhi-NCR Rains: Heavy rains continued to lash Delhi and neighbouring Noida on Thursday resulting in waterlogging in parts of the capital, and inconveniencing the commuters. Further, on Wednesday, Delhi recorded 112.1 mm rainfall in a span of 24 hours, the highest single-day precipitation in September in 19 years, that inundated several areas, including the Chanakyapuri diplomatic enclave, in knee-deep water and disrupted train and road traffic. In its advisory, Delhi Police warned traffic was affected from Jahangirpuri metro station to Mukarba Chowk (both carriageways) due to waterlogging. Hence, commuters were advised to avoid Road from Azadpur Chowk to Mukarba Chowk and instead take Outer Ring Road. As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast, heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely in many states till 5 September. Stay tuned to this LIVE for the latest updates on Delhi rains, Delhi traffic police alert and advisory.Also Read - Delhi Rains: Rail, Road Affected As City Receives Highest Rainfall In September In 19 Years | Top Developments

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  • 5:45 PM IST

    Delhi Rains: Light rain over isolated places of South-Delhi(Deramandi) and Gurugram, Bawal, Nuh, Sohna (Haryana), Tizara (Rajasthan) during the next 2 hours, says Delhi Regional Met Centre.

  • 5:43 PM IST

  • 4:48 PM IST

    Delhi Rains: Delhi Traffic Advisory

    Repair work of expansion joints of Rajnagar flyover, on Ring Road (carriageway from AIIMS to Dhaula Kuan) has started today on 02.09.2021. It will continue for the next 20 days. As a result, traffic will ply on only half of the carriageway of the flyover.
    The traffic will ply at grade along flyover, as usual. During the repair work, the traffic on the carriageway from AIIMS to Dhaula Kuan will remain affected. HTVs, LGVs, Buses will be diverted onto the at grade road along the flyover.
  • 4:46 PM IST

  • 12:34 PM IST
    Delhi Rains: The continuous rainfall on Wednesday brought down the mercury with a maximum temperature recorded at 28.7 degrees Celsius, six notches below normal.
  • 12:16 PM IST

  • 12:05 PM IST
    Delhi Rains: People also uploaded videos of waterlogged streets on social media. In a purported video vehicles are seen wading through knee-deep water on the Ring Road near WHO building. A DTC cluster bus is also seen stuck in the waterlogged street.

    Tall claims of the government, as well as civic bodies of cleaning the drains, have fallen flat as heavy waterlogging can be seen everywhere.Traffic jams due to waterlogged streets have become a routine affair during monsoon, a commuter, who was stuck in a jam near ITO, said.
  • 9:55 AM IST

    Waterlogging in Delhi: As heavy rains lashed the national capital on Thursday morning, waterlogging was witnessed in several parts leading to traffic snarls. Several routes were either partially or completely waterlogged causing disruption in traffic movement. Waterlogging was witnessed near India Gate, Dhaula Kuan, and ITO. The underpass near Palam was also waterlogged in the early hours of Thursday.

  • 9:20 AM IST
    Heavy Rains in Delhi-NCR: Heavy rainfall since early morning on Wednesday resulted in water logging in many parts of the national capital, causing inconvenience to the commuters. people going for work were stuck on the roads for hours because of waterlogging and the resultant traffic jams. Many residential colonies were also flooded. Many people using public transports to reach their workplaces were unable reach the bus stops or Metro stations because of heavy waterlogging.