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Delhi Rains: National capital comes to a standstill due to heavy downpour

Heavy rainfall caused widespread waterlogging and significant traffic disruptions throughout the city. The torrential downpour, which began early in the morning, flooded streets and low-lying areas, severely impacting daily activities in Delhi.
Last Updated : 28 June 2024, 06:26 IST

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The national capital experienced heavy rainfall in the morning, leading to widespread waterlogging and significant traffic disruptions across the city.

The national capital experienced heavy rainfall in the morning, leading to widespread waterlogging and significant traffic disruptions across the city.

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The rain brought the  much-needed respite from heat as temperature dropped drastically.

The rain brought the  much-needed respite from heat as temperature dropped drastically.

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The torrential downpour, which began early in the morning, brought Delhi to a standstill as several streets reported waterlogging.

The torrential downpour, which began early in the morning, brought Delhi to a standstill as several streets reported waterlogging.

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Commuters faced a harrowing time navigating through waterlogged roads, with many vehicles stranded or moving at a snail's pace.

Commuters faced a harrowing time navigating through waterlogged roads, with many vehicles stranded or moving at a snail's pace.

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Public transportation services, including buses and metro trains, were also impacted, with delays reported across various lines.

Public transportation services, including buses and metro trains, were also impacted, with delays reported across various lines.

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The Safdarjung weather station recorded 153.7 mm of rainfall, which began at around 3 am.

The Safdarjung weather station recorded 153.7 mm of rainfall, which began at around 3 am.

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The India Meteorological Department defines very heavy rain as rainfall amounting  between 124.5 and 244.4 mm in a day.

The India Meteorological Department defines very heavy rain as rainfall amounting between 124.5 and 244.4 mm in a day.

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An auto-rickshaw wades through a waterlogged road after heavy rains, in New Delhi.

An auto-rickshaw wades through a waterlogged road after heavy rains, in New Delhi.

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People wade through a waterlogged road amid rains, in New Delhi.

People wade through a waterlogged road amid rains, in New Delhi.

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Published 28 June 2024, 06:26 IST

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