The IMD has predicted cloudy skies with light rain/thundershowers for Sunday.
Commuters complained about the heavy congestion on roads between Seemapuri and Chhatarpur at the ends of the city and till India Gate C-Hexagon and Tilak Marg in the heart of Delhi.
The downpour caused waterlogging, affecting traffic movement in several parts of Delhi, including Firni Road in Najafgarh, Bahardurgarh Road, Patparganj, Vasant Kunj, Mundka and Badarpur.
The rise in the river's water level is expected to impact the ongoing relief-and-rehabilitation work in the flood-affected low-lying areas of the national capital.
According to the CWC data, the flow rate at the Yamunanagar-located Hathnikund Barrage crossed the 1 lakh mark at 9 am and oscillated between 2 lakh and 2.5 lakh cusecs between 10 am and 4 pm.
The India Meteorological Department has warned of heavy to very heavy rain at isolated places in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh until July 22 and moderate showers in Delhi on Wednesday.
The weather department had forecast moderate rain in the national capital on Tuesday.
The Wazirabad water treatment plant, where operations were hit due to inundation of a pump house, has also started working at full capacity, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said.
The allegation has come at a time when Delhi is battling a flood-like situation due to the Yamuna crossing the danger mark and submerging multiple areas.
Co-convener of BJP's legal cell, Bansuri Swaraj, accused the AAP dispensation of trying to cover their "inaction" in handling the flood situation with "lies."
The rainfall recorded in the last 24 hours ending 8.30 am was 13 mm, the India Meteorological Department said, adding the maximum temperature likely to hover around 34 degrees Celsius.
The flood victims are also worried that the government has so far not announced any financial relief package or rehabilitation plans for them.
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With several parts of the city still inundated, the chief minister also urged people to avoid waterlogged areas.
There has been a natural calamity and “it is unethical to do politics even in such a time”, the chief minister said, according to a statement issued here.
The flood situation in Delhi continued to remain grim on Friday with several areas of the city remaining submerged, even as the water level in swollen Yamuna started to ebb.
Heavy downpours in Delhi and its neighbouring states, and record levels of water in the Yamuna, have pushed many localities into waist-deep water, throwing normal life out of gear.
Damage to a regulator operated by the Delhi Irrigation and Flood Control Department near Indraprastha caused flooding in the busy ITO intersection and surrounding areas.
The water level in Yamuna is expected to rise further, according to the Central Water Commission, which has termed it an "extreme situation."
The swollen Yamuna has crossed the danger mark, breaching the all-time record of 1978, flooding low-lying areas near the banks.