Finally, heavy rain rains in Jaipur City. This was the first rain of the Savan month. On the last Monday of Savan, rainy rains in the district of Baran, Kota, and Tonk of Rajasthan state. On these places, rainy rains take place in the morning from 8 to 11 AM. Apart from these districts, there was a thick cloud in Jaipur. We want to tell you that the Department of Meteorological has announced heavy rain. They have given warning in Banswara, Bhilwara, Bundi, Jaipur, Jhalawar, Kota, Sawimadhapur and Tonk that heavy rain may occur in the next 24 hours.
On the other side, there was good rain in Baran and Tonk districts in the morning time. Baran district got good rains from 8 to 11 o’clock in the morning. Tonk district also got good rain in the morning. Rainy water rains from 3 to 4 centimeters in Uniara and Devli in Tonk district.
Consequently, Bisalpur dam received a relief due to heavy rain. Along with this, in the last 24 hours evaporation has also decreased.
There was also good rain in the Kota district. Rainwater entered the shops and houses due to heavy rains in the Chechen region.
If we talked about Jaipur district then, there was heavy cloud since morning on the fourth Monday of Savan. There will be heavy clouds in the next 24 hours in Jaipur as per the Meteorological department. It might be possible that there may light to moderate rain in Jaipur city in the next upcoming hours.
However, Savan month’s first strongest rainfall occurred in the Jaipur city on Sunday afternoon. Resultant, Rainfall water has measured one-and-a-half-inch within 24 hours and 24.6 mm water from morning till 5 o’clock.
On Sunday, the highest rainfall was recorded in Amer which was 70 mm. The lowest rainfall was recorded in Sanganer which was only 2 mm. Water was flooded up to 5 feet on the roads. The rail tracks were sunk at Jaipur junction on Sunday which was last Monday of Savan month.
Roads on MI Road, VKI, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jhotwada, Shastri Nagar, Bani Park, Malviya Nagar, C Scheme, Pratap Nagar, Sikar Road, Ajmeri Gate, Mansarovar, Sanganer, and Tonk Road became obsolete on Sunday due to heavy rainfall.