Torrential Rainfall In NCR, Traffic Jam In Many Places Due To Flooding On Roads

In Delhi, once again the weather has changed. The mood of the weather has changed completely. There are clouds in the sky and many areas have started to rain. On Thursday morning, there is a notification that there is a traffic jam in all areas due to heavy rain in the areas of Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad along with Delhi.

According to the information received, Ring road, Dhola Kuan, Bhairo road, Mathura Road, Teen Murti Gol Chakkar, IGNOU road, DND, Ashram Chowk, Ring road, Maharani Bagh, Lajpatnagar, Sarai Kale Khan, Raja Garden, Anand Vihar, Mayapuri and Jimkhan in Delhi the situation of Jam has become. Apart from this, a fierce clash has been reached with Mahamaya Flyover in Mohan Nagar, Noida, Ghaziabad.

At the same time, due to waterlogging traffic has become blocked in many areas of Gurgaon. With Delhi, the water of the drain has been flooded in many areas of Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad.

Weather Department had already expressed the possibility that there may be rains in Delhi and adjoining areas in the coming days. At present, the weather pattern will remain the same till August 24 and the continuation of the monsoon will continue.

Moisture Winds Are Moving Forward

Sky Meteorologist Mahesh Palawat said that the cyclonic winds of the Bay of Bengal have remained. Due to such activities, moist winds are moving forward from east to Delhi and surrounding areas. Thus, weather conditions will remain in Delhi and surrounding areas for the next few days. Meanwhile, the maximum temperature is expected to be 35 degrees and the minimum temperature is 27 to 28 degrees.

Delhi has received less than 81 mm of rain in August this year. According to the Meteorological Department data, only 76.1 mm of rains occurred in August this year. While 157.1 should have been rains. There have been no good rains in many colonies of Delhi.

Monsoon has been weak in Delhi

According to weather scientists, monsoon activity in Delhi has been weak. Because of this, good rains did not occur in the month of August. Monsoons mostly active in South and Central India In addition, light dry winds from the north-west direction also remained in Delhi, which did not produce good rains in Delhi.

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