Two airlines have cancelled flights after Delhi experienced adverse weather conditions on Friday. Spice Jet and Indigo, both budget airlines in India, announced via social media that flights leaving from Terminal 1 would be cancelled due to a roof collapse at the Delhi airport. Delhi Airport also communicated on social media about the flight cancellations, stating, "Flights at Terminal 1 Arrivals are operating. However, departing flights from Terminal 1 are cancelled until 2pm today." The airport clarified that "All departing and arriving flights from Terminal 3 and Terminal 2 are fully operational." Three fire engines were dispatched to the site following reports of a roof collapse. A Delhi Fire Services official reported, "At around 5.30am, we received a call about a roof collapse at Terminal-1 of Delhi airport. Three fire engines were sent to the location." Tragically, one person died in the incident. The event took place as Delhi-NCR faced heavy rainfall on Friday. Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) experienced continuous rainfall along with thunderstorms and lightning starting early Friday morning. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasts generally cloudy skies and varying intensities of rain with gusty winds for the coming days in the capital. As per IMD's prediction for June 28, there will be light to moderate rain or thunderstorms, with temperatures similar to the previous day and wind speeds up to 35 km/h. The weather on June 29 is expected to be slightly cooler, with highs of 36ºC and lows of 28ºC, and the city is likely to see light to moderate rain or thunderstorms with winds reaching 30-40 km/h. On June 30, temperatures are predicted to drop to 34ºC, accompanied by moderate to heavy rain and gusty winds.