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IMD Issues Yellow Alert for Delhi

IMD Issues Yellow Alert for Delhi

After the rains in the capital of the country, people got relief from the heat, but the rain of few hours also disturbed the life of the people of Delhi. People are facing water logging and traffic problems due to it. Let us tell you that the rain in Delhi broke the record of 19 years. In fact, the month of September received the most rain this year.

Waterlogging has occurred in many major areas of Delhi like Lajpat Nagar, Kalkaji, Defense Colony, Nizamuddin, Shiv Vihar, Vasant Vihar, Panchsheel Park as well as many other places. The problem of waterlogging is not a new thing for the people of Delhi, but the rains in September surprised everyone. Delhi received 112 mm of rain in the morning, which set a new record for the highest rainfall in 24 hours in the month of September in 19 years.

According to Mahesh Pahlawat of the Sky Metro organization, the winds are increasing the moisture from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, that is why it is raining. This period of heavy rain is also expected to continue in areas around Delhi like Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ghaziabad. In all these areas along with Delhi, the process of electricity and water with clouds is going on since morning.

If Skymet is to be believed, it will continue to rain for the next 24 hours, but its intensity may decrease, the change in weather will start on the 3rd, 4th and 5th. From 6th September, rains can start once again which will continue till 10th September.

At present, the Meteorological Department has forecast rain in the next 24 hours and has also issued a yellow alert as well. In the rain which gives relief to the people from the heat, administrative negligence becomes a disaster and falls on the people of Delhi.

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