A bus wades through a waterlogged street in Fatehpur.
JAIPUR: Heavy to really heavy rain has been seen at several areas in the country on Wednesday evening. Jaipur Met office stated the Colombian rain was seen in several districts such as Jaipur, Alwar, Dausa and Ajmer. Railmagra (Rajsamand) obtained a rain of 90mm, which was greatest in the nation.
In Jaipur, rural and urban regions witnessed widespread rainfall. Since the south west monsoon improved towards its sixth charm, many areas in the country witnessed heavy to very heavy rain, such as Alwar, Bharatpur, Dausa and Jaipur.
In Jaipur, it began with a drizzle in 6. 45pm. Gradually, it transformed into rain. Following Friday’s rain, city streets, which were in a terrible shape, again observed traffic chaos. Until 10pm, a rain of nearly 88mm has been recorded in town.
Heavy waterlogging was seen in several regions such as Bhatta Basti, Jawahar Nagar Kachi Basti, Goner Road located residential colonies and in several areas of the Walled City.
In its prediction for Jaipur, the Met office said heavy rain is anticipated in Jaipur at another 24 hours.
The outskirts of Jaipur also saw heavy rain, particularly areas like Jobner, Shahpura, Kothputli and Dudu. Until late in the day, incessant rain continued at those areas. Many regions in Jobner, a city on the outskirts of Jaipur, were inundated throughout to heavy rain in the day.
Likewise, widespread rainfall was seen in various other areas of the country on Wednesday evening. Rainfall varying from 90mm to 10mm has been seen at several areas in the country.
In its forecast for the nation, Jaipur Met office stated that heavy to very heavy rain is very likely to happen on Friday and Saturday in several areas throughout the state, such as Ajmer, Baran, Bhilwara, Banswara, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Jhalawar, Udaipur and Sirohi.