Commuters are urged to avoid ORR on Bengaluru's wettest September day since 2014 by the police.

On Sunday, Bengaluru had its wettest September day since 2014 as torrential rains battered the whole city. On Sunday, 83 mm of rain fell on the city. The Outer Ring Road is predicted to have major traffic jams, therefore police recommended commuters to avoid it.
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Bengaluru saw severe rains on Sunday, flooding many areas of the city. Sunday's 83 mm of rain across the city up until 12 a.m. made it the wettest September day since 2014.

Thunderstorms that started around 7.30 p.m. on Sunday preceded the rain. Bellandur, Sarjapura Road, Whitefield, the outer ring road, and BEML Layout were among the most severely impacted regions.

Karnataka is expected to have heavy rain until September 9, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

The Outer Ring Road near Bengaluru's RMZ environmental zone in Marathahalli-Sarjapur transformed back into a river just days after experiencing one of the worst floods. On Monday morning, commuters were advised to stay away from the ORR section because things still weren't entirely back to normal.

The current condition on ORR near eco-space, tweeted Kala Krishnaswamy, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Traffic, East, with a video of the situation. Traffic from Devarabeesanahalli to Ibluru moves quite slowly. confined to one lane alone. Avoid this stretch at all costs.

He also recommended commuters to make travel plans in advance because of the city's generally slow-moving traffic.

According to News9live, the basements of multiple flats continued to be flooded, and more than 100 homes were submerged. To prevent water damage, residents of the Greenwood Regency on Sarjapur Road had to relocate their parked automobiles out of the basement.

After the city was once again inundated, internet users turned to Twitter to criticise the government. In order to rescue those trapped in the floods in the Varthur area, boats had to be used as well.