The monsoon report shared by the NDMC mentioned that waterlogging took place at 41 locations.
According to the IMD, the Ayanagar weather station recorded 99.2 mm rainfall, the maximum in the city, during the 24-hour period ending at 8.30 am on Thursday.
The India Meteorological Department said light to moderate rains were reported from many places, including IGI airport, Dwarka, Safdarjung, and Bahadurgarh.
The overall monsoon status has also improved in the city with certain districts such as southwest, New Delhi and north are now receiving ‘normal’ rainfall.
The national capital has already recorded 50 per cent more rainfall than normal in July, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday.
This year, more than 50 locations have been waterlogged and roads have caved-in at several places in the city.
The Minto Road Railway Bridge underpass was again waterlogged and closed for about 40 minutes on Wednesday.
Currently, there are about 600 permanent pump houses across Delhi. The PWD has also set up 300 temporary pumping facilities across the city to monitor waterlogging in low-lying areas.
On Wednesday, Delhi received around 20.8 mm of rainfall much above normal which is 8.3 mm, approx. 150% more. However, city’s deficit is 29% so far according to IMD.
Two road cave-ins, waterlogging in at least 70 locations, traffic jams in almost all parts of the city and flooding of low-lying areas.
The road cave-in at Bhairon Marg and waterlogging forced the Delhi Traffic Police to close a couple of roads connecting east Delhi with north and central Delhi.
The traffic movement in south-east, east and central Delhi was largely affected on Tuesday afternoon due to waterlogging and a cave-in incident caused due to heavy rainfall.
Motorists travelling towards Noida, Mayur Vihar, ITO, Sarai Kale Khan, Nizamuddin and other places had a harrowing time.
The decision to approach ASI was taken after an inspection of the site by a team of the board which also included engineers.
Around 200 residents of Anna Nagar shifted to temporary accommodation by NDRF