New Delhi: Delhiites were drenched on Tuesday as the capital received heavy rains which led to waterlogging and slowing down of traffic in various parts of the city.

The showers brought back the problem of waterlogging in various parts of the city, including ITO, Laxmi Nagar and Mandi House among other places. Traffic was moving at a slow pace due to rains.

The minimum temperature was recorded at 25.4 degree Celsius, one degree below normal. The rain gauges at the Safdurjung MeT station measured 9.5 mm of showers for a period of 24 hours till 8:30 am while Palam station recorded 56.8 mm during the same period. Humidity was 95 percent.

A cloudy sky and more rain is in store for the national capital, said the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The maximum temperature on Tuesday is expected to hover around 32 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature on Wednesday morning is likely to be around 27 degrees Celsius.


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