On Saturday a heavy amount of moderate rainfall occurred in some parts of the capital Delhi and in Uttar Pradesh also.
Some amount of rainfall also occurred in some parts of Rajasthan, Punjab, and in Haryana also along with some thundershowers. Talking about the capital of the country in Delhi the rain leads to heavy lodging in some parts of the city and this overall results in heavy traffic on key roads.
According to the Met Department of the forecast, there will be a moderate amount of rainfall to be reported in few places of Punjab, Harayana, and in Rajasthan incoming 24 hours of the day and they also predicted that there will be heavy thundershowers in Uttar Pradesh on 8 September. From the past few days, there has been heavy rainfall recorded in the capital Delhi it has been said that there has been raining since the last first five days of September.
Till August Delhi has recorded a total of 237 mm of rainfall this year which has become the highest figure of rainfall in August for the last seven years according to the Meteorological Department of India.
While in Uttar Pradesh there is a heavy thunderstorm noticed in the last few days which has become a problem for people in isolated regions. In few parts of Punjab and Harayana maximum temperature which has been recorded is still close to the normal level of rainfall in these states
Usually, in this time 28.8 mm of rainfall occurred in the capital but this time in the Palam and Lodhi road stations there is a deficiency of 99 and 100 percent. of rainfall. While in this month the capital has recorded a total 555.6 mm of rainfall as compared to the normal rainfall of 552.6 mm since1 June during starting of the monsoon