Delhi people have now finally found some rain after to hot summers, but not in the way they wanted. Our National capital saw thunderstorms in four years as squally winds of 100 kmph hit the city on Monday evening, uprooting trees, damaging property, and disrupting the traffic at several locations for hours.
Thunderstorms had hit on Monday in Delhi. It led to a drastic fall in the temperature at the Safdarjung Observatory — from 40 degrees Celsius at 4:20 pm to 25 degrees Celsius at 5:40 pm.
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People at several locations across the city shared reports about the strong winds snapping power and internet cables, throwing parts of the capital into chaos. Here are some pictures that social media users share on Twitter.