The weather department has predicted generally cloudy skies with light rain or drizzle on Sunday. It has issued an orange alert for July 26.
The thunderstorms are predicted in the adjoining areas of isolated places of North Delhi, South-West Delhi, South Delhi, Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, the IMD further said.
IMD department has issued an orange alert for July 26 and forecast a generally cloudy sky with moderate rain/thundershowers accompanied with gusty winds of the speed of 30-40 km/hr.
Unprecedented floods in Cental China has killed 33 people so far, and over a million have been affected in the Henan province. Pictures show how public avenues and subway tunnels were submerged with surging waters in the provincial capital Zhengzhou.
Six rain-related deaths were reported on Tuesday in Punjab and Maharashtra, where rivers have swollen due to intense rainfall.
The IMD predicted light rains for several parts of the national capital
Incessant rain in the early hours of Monday caused water-logging in several parts of Gurugram which hits vehicular movement in the city.
Delhi has been witnessing incessant rains since the wee hours today. Rains delayed the break of dawn with clouds hovering over and now, waterlogging seems to have become a common problem across the city and adjoining areas. Visuals from several areas of Delhi like Palam, Pragati Maidan, ITO, Dhaula Kuan etc show severe waterlogging due to perpetual rains since morning.
As per the IMD, thunderstorm with light to moderate intensity rain occurred over and adjoining areas of most places of Delhi-NCR
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday met with officials after 26 people were killed in separate incidents of landslides in Mumbai as the city witnessed frightening rains. Incessant heavy downpour overnight during a major thunderstorm pummeled Mumbai, causing severe waterlogging and traffic disruptions in the financial capital starting late Saturday.
Mumbai has been experiencing incessant rainfall with waterlogging and inundation witnessed across the city. watch ground report.
The maximum temperature in the national capital settled at 36.6 degrees Celsius on Thursday, two notches above normal, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
Monsoon rains hit the city on Tuesday after a long wait and brought 29 mm of rainfall on the first day. According to officials at the India Meteorological Department (IMD), more rain is expected during the day, with the maximum temperature expected to settle at around 34 degrees Celsius.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday issued an orange alert for Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir, and yellow alert for Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for Tuesday (July 13). It has also issued red alert for Konkan and Goa, and central Maharashtra, and an orange alert warning for Gujarat, parts of Karnataka, Maharashtra and Assam.
India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday predicted thunderstorms with light to moderate intensity rain over parts of Delhi and its adjoining areas.
Twenty people died due to lightning in Rajasthan on Sunday. Eleven people lost their lives when lightning struck the watchtower of Amer Mahal in Jaipur. Apart from twelve people in Jaipur, 4 in Kota, 3 in Dholpur have died.
Light rain is likely in Delhi today with the weather department saying conditions are favourable for advance of the monsoon over the national capital.