NEW DELHI: Delhi and neighbouring Gurugram and Noida witnessed heavy rains in some parts on Tuesday early morning.
The downpour also led to waterlogging and traffic congestion at several places. School students and officer-goers were the most affected due to the rains. Traffic signals at several places stopped working due to waterlogging.
Heavy rains also lashed Gurugram that paralysed normal life and disrupted the traffic movement on the Delhi-Jaipur-Mumbai highway.
The Met Office predicted few spells of rains and thundershower to occur during the day.
Waterlogged streets in Uttam Nagar area of Delhi.
“There will be a generally cloudy sky during the day with moderate rainfall and thundershower likely to occur,” an (IMD) official said.
Waterlogging caused traffic jams at several places in Delhi.
The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 32.7 degrees Celsius.
The at 8.30 am was recorded 100 per cent.
Monday‘s maximum temperature was recorded at 34.9 degrees Celsius, one notch above the season‘s average, while the minimum temperature settled at 26.5 degrees Celsius,the season‘s average.
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