As relentlessly heavy rainstorms pounded Delhi and the NCR on Sunday, considerable waterlogging was experienced in certain areas of Noida.
Since Saturday, the city has been battered by nonstop rain, causing major waterlogging. Several areas of Noida, notably the “underpass” in Sector 126, experienced traffic bottlenecks and other delays as a result of the waterlogging, including other portions of Noida. Due to the soggy “underpass,” individuals were observed traversing it carefully.
The national capital and the NCR region had significant rainfall on October 8 and October 9, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
At SFD, Lodhi Road, and Ayaynagar, the reported rainfall amounts in the national capital region are 74.3mm, 87.2mm, and 85.2mm, respectively. Also reporting 60 and 64mm, respectively, were Delhi Ridge and Palam.
On Sunday, the inhabitants of Delhi-NCR received more.
The quantity of rain that fell on Sunday, according to the weather forecasting organisation, did not set a record for the whole month of October.
However, Delhi-NCR has not received a warning or alert from the meteorological forecasting service.