Heavy rains in the area have led to massive water-logging causing numerous problems to the commuters.
Moderate to heavy rainfall and thundershowers occurred at most places in east Uttar Pradesh and at a few places in western parts of the state in the last 24 hours.
Several parts of Rajasthan received light to moderate rainfall today with Nadoti recording maximum rains, the MeT report said here.
Many parts of North India continued to reel under hot and humid weather conditions as temperatures hovered several notches above standard levels on Saturday.
Monsoon in Mumbai is likely to get stronger and the city may experience heavy rainfall over the next 48 hours, a senior MeT official said here Thursday.
Humid conditions on Thursday prevailed in the national capital with the minimum temperature settling at 30 degrees Celsius, three notches above normal.
The national capital will experience a partly cloudy on Tuesday with thunderstorms in some areas, the Met Office said.
After two days of incessant rainfall in many parts of Uttar Pradesh, it finally took a break for few days, officials said on Tuesday.
Some parts of the city received scanty rainfall overnight, leading to a drop in temperature.
A western disturbance is likely to help advance the monsoon in the hilly parts of North India in the first week of July, according to the MET department.
Delhiites woke up to another hot and humid morning on Saturday with the humidity level rising to over 71 percent.
The Southwest monsoon is likely to revive and many parts of the country are expected to get above normal rainfall from July 6, the MET department today said.
India`s annual monsoon rains have covered half of the land mass four days later than the usual date, sources in the weather office said on Thursday.
Delhiites today continued to experience pleasant weather with light showers early morning keeping the minimum temperature at 19 degree Celsius.
The South West Monsoon, which hit Kerala on Friday after a delay of four days, will remain "sluggish" and may proceed to central Indian only after June 25, the MET department said.
Rains hit Kerala but the Met department Thursday refused to immediately describe it as arrival of the Monsoon which is already late by five days.
The arrival of monsoon in the country`s southern coast could be delayed by a day or so, according to the Indian Metrological Department.
The monsoon is on schedule and is expected to hit Kerela in the next 48 hours, the Met department said on Wednesday.
The monsoon is on schedule and is expected to hit Kerela in the next 48 hours, according to Met department.
Another dust storm is likely to hit Delhi later tonight, the weather department has said, two days after a massive storm left nine people dead in the city and surrounding areas.
Day in Pics: 29th August
August 29, 2014
Famous Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai