New Delhi: Delhi got rains for the second consecutive day on Wednesday but problems of waterlogging and traffic slowdown troubled commuters headed for work.
The city received 15.6 mm of rains till 8.30 am in the morning while the minimum temperature was recorded at 26.6 degree Celsius, normal for this time of the year.
Waterlogging was reported from some places of the capital, including Laxmi Nagar and ITO.
Traffic was also slowed down due to rains. Though no big traffic jam was reported, breakdown of vehicles and traffic signals added to the woes of commuters.
The city has been receiving continuous rains from Tuesday early morning.
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