The Ayanagar weather station recorded 122.8 mm between 8.30 am on Wednesday and 8.30 am on Thursday, which was 11 times the normal rainfall.
As rains caused waterlogging on Delhi roads once again on Wednesday, the Bharatiya Janata Party blamed the Aam Aadmi Party government for misery of city residents.
North Delhi mayor Jai Prakash on Saturday visited waterlogged lanes of Mubarakpur Dabas in Kirari and arranged pumps to drain stagnated water.
This year, more than 50 locations have been waterlogged and roads have caved-in at several places in the city.
The Delhi Traffic Police reported snarls near the World Health Organization building, Minto Bridge and ITO among others.
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.