Heavy rain may start in Rajasthan from today. Many districts of Kota, Bharatpur, Jaipur, and Udaipur divisions have predicted good rains this evening. Earlier last night, there was light rain in Bharatpur, Dholpur area as well. At the same time, during the last 24 hours, Salopat in Banswara district has recorded the highest rainfall of 92 mm (about 4 inches).
Jaipur Meteorological Department has predicted light and moderate rain
In Jaipur since from this morning the sky is covered with dark clouds and strong wind is blowing. Similar weather conditions prevail in other districts including Bharatpur, Dausa, Sawai Madhopur, Alwar, Kota. The Jaipur Meteorological Department has predicted light and moderate rain in these districts today. Light rain has also occurred in some parts of Dholpur and Bharatpur last night. On the other hand, Dungarpur, Banswara region also received good rain in some areas.
The Cyclonic Circulation associated
According to the Meteorological Department, a low-pressure system is active in the area bordering Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. At the same time, a Monsoon Trough is extending from the Northeast Arabian Sea passing through Gujarat, South Rajasthan, and West Madhya Pradesh up to the Cyclonic Circulation associated with the region of this system. Due to this effect, there will be rain activities in the districts of Bharatpur, Jaipur, Kota division in East Rajasthan, and Udaipur division in South Rajasthan for the next few days.
It rained here
13MM in Behror of Alwar, Shergarh 64 of Banswara, Sajjangarh 36, Kushalgarh 35, Ghatol 34, Bagidora 31, Bayan in Bharatpur 6, Helna and Rupwas 5-5, Churu’s Ratangarh 16, Dholpur’s Rajkheda 22, Sarmathura In 10, Baseri 7, Ganeshpur in Dungarpur 23, Galiakot 14 and Parbatsar in Nagaur recorded 4 mm of rain.
3 percent more rain than normal in the state
If we look at the situation of rain in the state so far 3 percent more rain than normal has been received in the entire state. The state normally receives 399.4 mm of rain so far, but so far more than 410 mm of rain has fallen. However, the average rainfall in the districts of western Rajasthan is still less than 3 percent. The average rainfall here is 256.3MM, but so far it has rained 249.2MM.