Updated: July 20, 2021 11:13:38 am
Twitter was flooded with pictures and videos of inundated streets, damaged buildings and submerged vehicles as rain continued to lash parts of Mumbai and Delhi-NCR on Monday.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rainfall in Delhi and parts of Delhi NCR (Bahadurgarh, Gurugram, Manesar, Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, Loni Dehat, Hindon AF Station, Ghaziabad, Indirapuram, Noida, Dadri, Greater Noida).
Meanwhile in Mumbai, at least 32 people died and eight others were injured in separate incidents caused by intense rainfall in the early hours of Sunday. The heavy downpour also left most parts of the city flooded, with water entering houses and damaging properties. (Follow Weather Updates here)
As #DelhiRains and #MumbaiRains dominated Twitter trends, many took to Twitter to post pictures and videos.
Take a look at some of the reactions here:
— ChaiKhakhra (@ChaiKhakhra) July 17, 2021
The show must go on ..
— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) July 18, 2021
A deer seen swimming in flooded streets of Mumbai. Video courtesy WhatsApp.#Mumbai #MumbaiRains #Rainfall #flooding @mumbaimatterz @RetweetsMumbai @tweetsvirat @VagariesWeather @ranjeetnature @ChatterjeeBadri pic.twitter.com/qVfDGWg8GO
— salil k (@catchsalil) July 18, 2021
— Anushka (@AnushkaMoray) July 17, 2021
— Sana Khan (@Spysanakhan) July 17, 2021
— ̴u̴̴n̴̴t̴̴i̴̴t̴̴l̴̴e̴̴d̴̴ ̴ (@royanand15) July 17, 2021
— Pushkar Singh Rawat 🇳🇿 (@psrawat484) July 19, 2021
— nirad🇮🇳 (@drnirad) July 19, 2021
— Himani (@zimani_) July 19, 2021
— Nigar Parveen (@NigarNawab) July 19, 2021
And drenched me in your love
To remind me once again…
That rains were always meant for-
‘You and me’ to be together.💕
— Manu Gulati (@ManuGulati11) July 19, 2021
— Madhav Puri (@MadhavPuri2) July 19, 2021
— Preeti Negi Journalist (@PreetiNegi_) July 19, 2021
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