Delhi recorded its highest rainfall in 46 years on Saturday. So far, beating all the records, Delhi received 1,100 mm of rainfall. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an orange alert.
Furthermore, continuous rains have caused waterlogging, traffic jams, and floods in various parts of Delhi. The visuals coming in are horrifying. We hope things get better soon.
This how Delhi looks like now. #Delhirains trends on Twitter.
DELHI RAINS FURY!— Mirror Now (@MirrorNow) September 11, 2021
A bus with passengers was trapped due to waterlogging towards Airport road. Two fire tenders rushed to the site and all passengers were rescued safely pic.twitter.com/xLZdpIwvQL
This is 5th time of this season that waterlogging takes place in teliwara, sadar bazar. Sewers are jammed and there is no place of water to go. Lets see if this can reach authorities and they do something towards it.— Mayank Jain (@MJMayanKJain_28) September 11, 2021
#WaterLogging@ArvindKejriwal @MCDdelhi @manishsisodia90 pic.twitter.com/d1jqRaZhun
Parts of the Indira Gandhi Airport (IGI) airport in #Delhi have been water logged following heavy #rains.— The Logical Indian (@LogicalIndians) September 11, 2021
The weather office has issued an ‘orange alert’ for today, September 11, as the #monsoon rainfall in Delhi breached the 1,000 mm mark on September 10. pic.twitter.com/wrwffdzOj5
Normally, Delhi records 648.9 mm of rainfall during the monsoon season, according to the IMD.
“Light to moderate rain is likely in the next two days. Another wet spell is predicted around September 17-18."
We hope things to better down soon.