Heavy rain is expected in many districts of Rajasthan, 27% more rain in the state

Rajasthan : Rajasthan is receiving heavy rainfall due to monsoon. Due to rain in the capital Jaipur, the condition of roads is getting out of control. A similar situation prevails in Jodhpur. According to the Meteorological Department, a circulation system is formed over north-eastern Rajasthan on Monday and the monsoon trough line is passing through Jaisalmer and Chittorgarh. Due to this, there is a strong possibility of rain in many districts. Due to the activity of monsoon, the maximum temperature was recorded below normal temperature in most parts of the state on Monday.

According to the Central Meteorological Department, from Monday morning to 5:30 pm, Jaipur recorded 16.8 mm of rain, Sikar 8 mm, Phalodi 10.8 mm. According to the Meteorological Department, Rajasthan has received 27 percent more rain than normal so far. However, 3 percent less rain has been recorded in western Rajasthan.

There is a strong possibility of rain in 6 districts including Jaipur-Jodhpur

A circulation system is formed over north-eastern Rajasthan and the monsoon trough line is passing through Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh. Due to its effect, there is a strong possibility of rain activities with thunder in some parts of Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jaipur, Ajmer and Bikaner divisions in the next two-three days. On 9-10 July also, moderate to heavy rain activities with thunder are likely to continue in some parts of Jodhpur, Udaipur and Kota divisions of southern Rajasthan. During this time, there is a possibility of heavy rain at some places in Udaipur division.

Highest rainfall in Bandikui

While from 11th July, there is a possibility of reduction in heavy rain activities and light to moderate rain with thundershowers only at sporadic places. In the last 24 hours, light to moderate rain with thundershowers has been recorded at some places in the state and heavy rain has been recorded at some places in Bharatpur and Dausa districts. Highest rainfall in eastern Rajasthan has been recorded in Bandikui in Dausa at 91 mm, Sikrai at 76 mm, Bhusavar, Bharatpur at 91 mm and Chhatargarh, Bikaner in western Rajasthan at 38 mm. In the last 24 hours, the highest maximum temperature of 38.8 degree was recorded in Phalodi and the highest minimum temperature of 30.8 degree was recorded in Barmer.