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DELUGE in Delhi: Water in all places, airport flooded in report rainfall – Watch | Information

New Delhi: Heavy rainfall in Delhi and different components of NCR on Saturday (September 11), not simply left the streets of the capital inundated. Even the worldwide airport wasn’t spared. “Elements of Delhi Airport waterlogged following heavy rainfall within the nationwide capital; visuals from Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport (Terminal 3),” tweeted information company ANI.
 
#WATCH | Elements of Delhi Airport waterlogged following heavy rainfall within the nationwide capital; visuals from Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport (Terminal 3) pic.twitter.com/DIfUn8tMei
— ANI (@ANI) September 11, 2021
The forecourt of the Delhi airport was waterlogged for a “quick interval” Saturday morning because of sudden heavy rains, its operator DIAL mentioned.Sources mentioned 5 flights had been diverted from the airport this morning because of the dangerous climate situations. “We remorse the inconvenience brought about. On account of sudden heavy rain, for a brief interval, there was waterlogging on the forecourt. Our crew was instantly aligned to look into it and the problem has been resolved,” the Delhi Worldwide Airport (DIAL) mentioned.
A extremely uncommon monsoon season this 12 months has yielded 1,100 mm of rainfall in Delhi to date, the best in 46 years, and nearly double the precipitation recorded final 12 months, the India Meteorological Division (IMD) mentioned on Saturday. The figures are topic to alter as extra rainfall is predicted within the metropolis through the day.
“The Safdarjung Observatory, which is taken into account the official marker for the town, had gauged 1,150 mm of rainfall within the 1975 monsoon season. This 12 months, the precipitation has already hit the 1,100-mm mark and the season has not ended but,” an IMD official mentioned. Usually, Delhi data 648.9 mm of rainfall through the monsoon season, in response to the IMD.
Between June 1, when the monsoon season begins, and September 11, the town usually will get 590.2 mm of rainfall. The monsoon withdraws from Delhi by September 25. “Mild to reasonable rain is probably going within the subsequent two days. One other moist spell is predicted round September 17-18,” the official advised PTI.
(With Company inputs)
 
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