Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the IMD's regional forecasting centre, said Delhi has already recorded the last rainfall of the season and any precipitation is unlikely now
Vehicular movement was also affected with traffic snarls reported near ITO, central Delhi and east Delhi, outer Ring Road, Rohtak Road, Barakhamba Road, Mall Road, Kali Bari Marg
The rains also crippled electricity supply in many areas in Delhi. Civic bodies reported incidents of uprooting of trees
Heavy rains lash Delhi, Gurugram, Noida; people face water-logging, traffic, power cuts across NCR region
The flooding situation was particularly bad in Gurugram, with even the posh Golf Course Road area of the city being inundated
Heavy rains in Delhi cause traffic snarls in ITO, Dhaula Kuan, Munirka; downpour to continue till Thursday, says IMD
Trees were uprooted in many areas and several vehicles were damaged after a boundary wall of a school in Saket collapsed due to the rains
Rain-related incidents leave two dead in UP, one in Bihar; Delhi receives heaviest downpour this season
Fairly widespread rainfall is likely over parts of north India — Himachal, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, east Rajasthan — during the next two days
Delhi rains: Incessant heavy rainfall overnight inundates several parts of city; IMD predicts more to come
Till Wednesday evening, Delhi had recorded 72 percent less rainfall than normal in August so far, the lowest in 10 years, according to the IMD
Weather forecast today: IMD predicts heavy rainfall for Delhi-NCR, UP, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar in next 24 hours
The weather department said that a cluster of convective clouds are approaching towards Delhi from west and northwestwards direction.
The India Meteorological Department said the Safdarjung Observatory recorded 74.8 millimetres of rainfall till 8.30 am.
'Monsoon clouds are at the doorstep of Delhi. A few places witnessed rains. As predicted, the onset of the monsoon in the city will be declared on Thursday," IMD Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra said.
Thunderstorms, winds gusting up to 50 kmph lash Delhi; heat expected to reduce in next few days, says IMD official
Light rains and thunderstorms were witnessed in parts of Delhi with winds gusting up to 50 kilometres per hour, said Kuldeep Srivastava, an IMD official.
Delhi-NCR, other parts of north India to receive rainfall from 3-6 May, says IMD; hailstorm expected in some areas
Several parts of north India, including Delhi-NCR, will receive light to moderate rainfall from 3-6 May, while some areas may see hailstorm owing to a western disturbance, IMD officials said on Saturday
Delhi rains: Heavy showers hit road traffic in national capital; flight operations suspended for 26 minutes
Videos from the airport showed water leaking from the roof at Delhi Airport's Terminal 1. Stranded passengers can be seen at the airport.
Skymet predicts more rain for Mumbai over next 2-3 days; temperatures between 24 and 32 degree Celsius
The financial capital of India- Mumbai has observed rainfall in some parts during the last 24 hours
Delhi to get fresh spell of rains from tomorrow; downpour to keep mercury within comfortable levels, says IMD
Delhi is in for another spell of rains which will reduce rainfall deficiency and keep the mercury within comfortable levels, the weather department said on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, very light rain or thundershowers are expected in Delhi towards the afternoon, a meteorological department official said.
Heavy rainfall likely over Delhi, Haryana; IMD predicts seasonal trough across northern plains to remain active in coming days
Rainfall in the region will bring respite to locals, who have been reeling under severe heat wave conditions in the past few days, with temperatures in Delhi and surrounding regions constantly being above 40 degrees Celsius.
Thunderstorm with moderate rain expected in Delhi-NCR; monsoon reaches National Capital after week’s delay
Thunderstorm with moderate rain is likely to hit the national capital and adjacent areas in the next two hours, said India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday
Heat wave claims 76 lives in Bihar, two dead after being struck by lightning in Jammu and Kashmir; light rains bring relief in Delhi
Light rains brought some relief in parts of northern and western India on Monday, though heatwave conditions persisted in several states, including Bihar, where the death toll rose to 76
Delhi witnesses sudden change in weather as light rains lower temperature; MeT dept forecasts thunderstorm, dust storm today
Rain in Delhi will be much welcome as the monsoon has been projected to delayed well beyond normal this year. The rains are expected to hit North India by as late as the first week of July.