Monsoon arrives in many districts of Rajasthan, alert for rain and storm, know the condition of your city

Rajasthan : Monsoon is active in Rajasthan. It is moving at a fast pace towards eastern Rajasthan. According to the Meteorological Center, monsoon has covered seven districts. These include Dungarpur, Banswara, Pratapgarh, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jhalawar, Baran and Kota. The phase of rain continues in these districts. At the same time, before the arrival of monsoon, heavy rain has started in other districts of eastern Rajasthan, although this is pre-monsoon rain. On Wednesday, the highest rainfall occurred in Dholpur during the last 24 hours. According to the Meteorological Center, 80 mm of rain was recorded in Dholpur. Apart from this, 65 mm of rain was recorded in Bharatpur. Apart from this, 32.5 mm of rain was recorded in Barmer and 27.8 mm in Chittorgarh. According to the Udaipur Irrigation Department, 24 mm of rain was recorded at Sei Dam and 18 mm at Som Kagadar.

Eastern Rajasthan will be covered in four days

According to the weather centre, monsoon will cover entire eastern Rajasthan in the next four days. Monsoon is expected to arrive in the capital Jaipur by 28 June. According to the weather centre Jaipur, heavy rain is expected in Udaipur, Kota and Jodhpur divisions in the next 48 hours. Rain activities will continue in many parts of eastern Rajasthan from 28 to 30 June. Along with this, heavy rain is expected at some places in Bharatpur and Jaipur divisions.

Clouds rained for an hour in Dholpur, relief from heat

There was heavy rain in Dholpur city on Wednesday afternoon. It rained for about an hour due to which normal life came to a standstill due to waterlogging in many places in the city. However, the rain brought relief to people from the scorching heat and the maximum temperature dropped to 39.2 degrees. According to the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, about 65 mm of rain was recorded in the city. Due to the rain, waterlogging occurred in many colonies of the city. Here the court campus was flooded and the staff looked troubled due to rainwater entering the office. A similar situation was seen in the main market of the city, Chauraha, Hardev Nagar and other places. Here the goods got spoiled due to water entering the shops.