In Ghaziabad, the newly constructed Raj Nagar Extension Elevated Road was heavily waterlogged due to the rains.
New Delhi: Heavy rains lashed Delhi and its adjoining National Capital Region (NCR) since Wednesday night bringing respite from humidity. However, incessant rainfall left the city reeling from waterlogging at various parts.
According to reports, the Safdarjung observatory recorded 4.6 mm rainfall till 8:30 am while the rainfall recorded by Palam observatory was 9.3 mm.
Heavy showers led to severe traffic jams during office hours in the city, especially those commuting from Noida to Delhi and vice versa got stuck in the slow movement of traffic.
Delhi Traffic Police tweeted, "Traffic is affected at SDM office Pushta Road, Raja Ram Kohli Marg from Geeta Colony to Pushta Road, Suraj Kund to Prahlad Pur and Mayur Vihar Ph-II Subway, Slip Road due to waterlogging. Kindly avoid these stretches."
Traffic is affected at SDM office Pushta Road, Raja Ram Kohli Marg from Geeta Colony to Pushta Road, Suraj Kund to Prahlad Pur & Mayur Vihar Ph-II Subway, Slip Road due to water logging. Kindly avoid these stretches.— Delhi Traffic Police (@dtptraffic) July 26, 2018
Ghaziabad also witnessed severe waterlogging in various parts of the city. The newly constructed Raj Nagar extension elevated road was heavily waterlogged due to the rains.
A road also caved in at Vasundhara following the continuous showers.
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) July 26, 2018
According to the latest weather update, more rainfall is expected in the national capital and adjoining areas.