Waterlogging after Rain at ITO at New Delhi on Monday.
NEW DELHI: A new spell of rains saturated the federal capital on Monday, leading to water-logging in certain regions, together with all the weatherman predicting increase in strength of showers during the next two days.
As stated by the civic bodies, water-logging premiered in Kalkaji, New Friends Colony in southeast Delhi, Madhu Vihar in west Delhi and parts of northeast and north Delhi.
The water-logging additionally contributed to traffic congestion at the day hours.
Kuldeep Srivastava, the mind of the regional forecasting center of the India Meteorological Department, stated the monsoon trough has once more changed towards north and north will stay near the federal capital during the next 3 days.
“Moderate storms are anticipated till Thursday. Additionally, there are opportunities of a couple of bouts of heavy rains,” he explained.
The IMD explained a low-pressure region has also grown over northeast Madhya Pradesh and southeast Uttar Pradesh, which will further accelerate the convergence of both moisture-laden southwesterly winds in the Arabian Sea and southeasterly winds in the Bay of Bengal.
On Monday, the Safdarjung Observatory, that offers representative statistics for town, listed 23.2 mm rain.
The Lodhi Road and Ridge weather channels listed 24.9 mm and 6.4 millimeter precipitation respectively.
Rainfall listed below 15 mm is considered mild, involving 15 and 64.5 mm is moderate and over 64.5 mm is thick.
The Safdarjung Observatory has listed 115.6 millimeter rainfall against the standard of 149.2 mm August thus much, a lack of 23 percent.
Overall, it’s listed 434.2 mm rain, two per cent over a standard of 425.3 mm since June 1 if the monsoon season begins.