Orange alert in Delhi today, traffic may be disturbed, drains may get closed, power failure too
Moderate rain is predicted for the next two days, Delhi may witness another record for monsoon rain.
After Indira Gandhi International Airport submerged in water, Delhi may see extremely bad weather, on Thursday with the potential of disruption of road traffic, drain closures, and interruption of power supply. The India Meteorological Department warned this as an orange alert for the national capital. The city may observe heavy rains at these places and moderate rains in the remaining.
Moderate rain is predicted over the next two days, which means Delhi can witness another record for monsoon precipitation said an IMD official. The national capital recorded a minimum temperature of 25.2 degrees Celsius. Strong winds are forecast to sweep the city during the day and the temperature is likely to settle around 34 degrees Celsius. Said a weather department forecast.