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The national capital region received light rainfall on early Friday. Delhi has been witnessing 'Severe' air quality for nearly one week as thick layer of smog engulfed the city. The visibility improved significantly early Friday morning as the rain lashed the city at night.
Delhi NCR rains: Delhi government decided to carry out artificial rain to combat the air pollution in the city, said officials. Meanwhile, the Delhi government has also fielded ministers to ensure the implementation of anti-pollution measures.
Delhi rains: The weather department has forecast generally cloudy skies with light to moderate rainfall in Delhi over the next five days.
Delhi NCR has been witnessing sporadic rain since last evening.
Delhi-NCR rains: Showers brought much-needed relief from the intense heat. As per the Regional Meteorological Centre in Delhi forecast, the national capital will likely receive light rain towards the forenoon on Saturday and Sunday (September 10).
Ahead of the G20 Summit next month, Delhi authorities brace for the challenge put up by sporadic rain in the national capital, causing waterlogging in parts of the city. The officials have prepared a contingency plan to deal with the situation.
Several parts of Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) -- Gurugram, Noida and Faridabad -- experienced heavy rainfall on Saturday morning.
Delhi waterlogging: The L-G, based on analysis done by experts and officers of the concerned agencies, has highlighted the lapses on the part of the government and suggested measures.
Delhi rains: Showers brought much-needed relief from the intense heat.
Delhi weather: The Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi's primary weather station, on Wednesday recorded a minimum temperature of 26. 6 degrees Celsius.
Delhi weather: The IMD predicted light rainfall in parts of the city for Saturday with the maximum temperature likely to settle at 34 degrees Celsius.
Several areas including ITO got waterlogged causing traffic snarls and hinderance in traffic movement in the national capital.
Delhi weather: The maximum temperature in the national capital is expected to settle at 35 degrees Celsius on Friday, July 28.
Delhi rains: The national capital witnessed pleasant weather after receiving rainfall today (July 23) bringing respite from the heat.
Yamuna river water level: The Delhi government is on high alert due to the discharge of more than 2 lakh cusecs of water from the Hathnikund Barrage into the Yamuna river, Atishi said.
The police said that as Ahsan slipped into the water, two persons Rohit and Alam jumped into the river, however, failed to rescue him.
The Yamuna had been receding gradually after reaching an all-time high of 208.66 metres on July 13. The water level reached 205.34 metres at 6 pm on Friday which may further rise to 205.45 metres by 11 pm.