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Updated on: Friday, July 30, 2021, 05:01 PM IST

Rajasthan records more than 100mm rains in 5 places, red alert for Baran and Jhalawar districts. Watch video

According to the Met Office, this rainfall activity will continue for the next three days and some places will receive heavy to very heavy rain during this period
The monsoon activity has increased in districts like Karauli, Alwar, Dausa, Bharatpur, which received widespread rain during the last 24 hours | PIc for representation | PTI Photo/Atul Yadav

The monsoon activity has increased in districts like Karauli, Alwar, Dausa, Bharatpur, which received widespread rain during the last 24 hours | PIc for representation | PTI Photo/Atul Yadav

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Jaipur: Heavy rains were recorded in some parts of Rajasthan in the last 24 hours. More than 100 mm rain was recorded at 5 places in eastern and western Rajasthan including 265 mm rain in Shri Mahaveerji in Karauli district. The Met department has issued a red alert for Baran and Jhalawar districts for the next 24 hours.

The monsoon activity has increased in districts like Karauli, Alwar, Dausa, Bharatpur, which received widespread rain during the last 24 hours. It rained nonstop for around 10 hours in Shree Mahaveerji in Karauli district and waterlogging was reported in some of the villages. Villagers had to rescue four passengers stuck in a car with in a river near Masalpur. Sikar, Churu and some other places have also got good rains. There are viral videos about waterlogging caused due to heavy rains in Sikar

According to the Met Office, this rainfall activity will continue for the next three days and some places will receive heavy to very heavy rain during this period.

It was earlier reported that Jaipur is set to witness a fresh spell of monsoon rains as heavy showers start to lash eastern parts of Rajasthan this week.

It being forecast that the inclement weather over northwest India is mainly due to two lingering cyclonic circulations over the region—one over Uttar Pradesh and another in Punjab. Besides, a convergence line runs from the cyclonic circulation over north Pakistan and adjoining Punjab to south Gujarat across west Rajasthan, said India meteorological Department (IMD) officials. Altogether, these systems are likely to produce widespread rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy falls over parts of east Rajasthan from July 29 to August 1.

Meanwhile, similar weather is also forecast across the adjoining parts of north and central India for the next few days.

With agency inputs

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Published on: Friday, July 30, 2021, 05:01 PM IST
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