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Memes pour in as #DelhiRains trends on Twitter after heavy rains lash the national capital

Updated on: 23 May,2022 01:04 PM IST  |  Mumbai
mid-day online correspondent |

As per reports, the rain caused massive traffic jams in various parts of Delhi leaving commuters stranded in long queues of cars at roads like ITO junction, Tularam flyover, Delhi-Noida Direct (DND) Flyway, among several others

Memes pour in as #DelhiRains trends on Twitter after heavy rains lash the national capital

Vehicles move through a waterlogged area following heavy rain, at Lodhi Road in New Delhi. Pic/PTI


People living in Delhi-NCR got some relief from the scorching heat after heavy rain accompanied by thundershowers lashed parts of the national capital on Monday morning. 

The thunderstorms and rain brought down the temperature drastically in Delhi-NCR.




However, the change in weather disrupted the daily lives and commute routine. The flight operations at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport were affected due to the weather. 


As per reports, the rain caused massive traffic jams in various parts of Delhi leaving commuters stranded in long queues of cars at roads like ITO junction, Tularam flyover, Delhi-Noida Direct (DND) Flyway, among several others. Some trees were also uprooted due to the strong winds and thunderstorms in and around Delhi. 

Netizens took to Twitter to share how they felt about the weather. While some welcomed the showers, others were not so happy. Many took to social media to express their reactions as rains began to hit the national capital. Some also showcased their creativity by sharing memes.

"I woke up to this, super scary thunderstorm and the actual noise level is 100x #DelhiRains Seems like wind will sweep away everything including us…!!," one user said.

"#Delhi's weather is so scary right now, it seems like the wind will sweep away the huge buildings, humans or even the cars parked. Haven't seen anything like this before. Didn't have the courage to open my balcony," another user said.


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