Heavy rains lashed parts of Delhi on Wednesday inundating many areas and causing traffic snarls. The India Meteorological Centre said the rains covered most parts of Delhi and the adjoining areas of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
The traffic department has been giving out alerts on traffic movement and waterlogging on busy roads through its social media handles.
Residents shared pictures and videos of rainwater gushing into their houses and vehicles wading through waterlogged areas. While some enjoyed the deluge from their balconies, others were aghast over the flooding of roads with just few hours of rain.
Take a look at some of the tweets:
#DelhiRains monsoon ki Barish⛈️⛈️ pic.twitter.com/648vvNl63y — sanjay Baisoya Gurjar (@sanjaybaisoya4) July 22, 2020
#DelhiRains make Delhi road Drains — Cifar (@cifarshayar) July 22, 2020
#DelhiRains Kisi ko bahar jaane ki zarurat nahi.. Ghar pe baitho sab ke sab! — WTF (@Wheres_TheFood_) July 22, 2020
#DelhiRains pic.twitter.com/vuhMVHHh6x — Pranav Pandey (@pranavpandey97) July 22, 2020
#Watch: Heavy rains in Delhi on Wednesday Morning.#DelhiRains #delhirain #Corpchapee #Mediachapee Video Source: Social Media(Twitter) pic.twitter.com/5XeE1VSAC5 — CorpChapee (@CChapee) July 22, 2020
#DelhiRains GK1 after 1 hour of rains...roads have turned into rivers pic.twitter.com/keU1T2PhSU — RohG86@gmail.com (@RohG86) July 22, 2020
Crazy Downpour 😍 More Please #DelhiRains 🌧️☔️ — The Shekhawat (@_The_Shekhawat) July 22, 2020
#Delhi, after rain. #DelhiRains pic.twitter.com/0AthHxZSUH — Saubhadro (@SaubhadraC) July 22, 2020
#DelhiRains Are we Living in National Capital. Is this is a joke. pic.twitter.com/6qb8J5eNok — manish gupta (@manishg98561598) July 22, 2020
#DelhiRains pic.twitter.com/BpnR5OEKEv — Bhawna Singh (@Bhawna_Singh14) July 22, 2020
Delhi goes drowning in rains. It's water water everywhere. I hate the delhi rains. Such a mess! Even posh colonies has water logging and overflowing drains. #DelhiRains — Bhavana Jindal (@BhavanaJindal) July 22, 2020
Earlier, the India Meteorological Department had predicted widespread rainfall with "isolated heavy to very heavy rain" in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
The rainfall intensity and distribution are very likely to decrease significantly Thursday onwards, the IMD had said.