Heavy rainfall within the Delhi NCR area has led to extreme waterlogging in a number of areas of Gurugram.
As per the IMD’s afternoon studies, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi have been experiencing remoted ‘very heavy’ rains all day.
The Gurugram Visitors Police, on its Twitter deal with, studies waterlogging in a number of locations throughout the town. Udyog Vihar, Rezang La Street, Ghata T-Level Energy Home, Genpact Chowk, AIT Chowk, Sheetla Mata Mandir street, Hanumaan Chowk, and the Railway Street close to Daultabad Flyover are all underneath water, stated the Visitors Police, urging warning to the commuters.
Moreover, the underpass from IFFCO metro station to MG street has been fully closed for vehicular site visitors because of the structural injury attributable to the waterlogging.
Reviews counsel that whereas the commuters battle to drive previous waterlogged and traffic-congested stretches, the pedestrians have been feeling the brunt of most warmth. Many have been left stranded underneath some shade, incapable of crossing roads and repair lanes to make it to the metro stations.
The IMD had earlier forecast typically cloudy skies with mild to reasonable rainfall (as much as 64 mm) for Delhi NCR on Friday, August 2 in addition to the subsequent day. It additionally predicted an 80% likelihood of thunderstorms within the area.
As per the native climate forecast, most temperatures as much as 33°C have been additionally anticipated within the metropolis of Gurugram.