Delhi received 50mm of rainfall on Monday night- a record for the last decade.
Commuters in Delhi had a harrowing time Tuesday with several key roads waterlogged following heavy rains that saw the minimum temperature settling five notches above average at 13.5 degrees Celsius.
Commuters at Andrew Ganj, Mahipalpur, Hari Nagar, IIT crossing to Adchini, Yusuf Sarai Market, Munirka flyover, Badarpur border, Wazirpur industrial area, Ashok Vihar, Laxmi Nagar, Mahipalpur and Lala Lajpat Rai Marg suffered due to waterlogging. This photo was sent to us by Debasmita Ghosh from Delhi.
Traffic was slow this morning with jams and water-logging in areas including ITO, Vikas Marg and South Extension. This picture has been tweeted by @souravhtaneja
Faridabad near south Delhi experienced hailstorm last night. This photo was tweeted by @GAGANUPPAL9
The Met department says more rain is expected through the day and the temperature in Delhi will dip on Wednesday. This picture has been tweeted by @qdrahmd
The minimum temperature was recorded at 11.7 degrees, three degrees above normal but the windchill factor added to the chill in the air.