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Waterfalls started flowing between the Aravali hills of Mount Abu. A fast flowing waterfall on the hill near Tolnaka.
The strong weather system coming from the Bay of Bengal created a flood-like situation in the districts of southern Rajasthan and neighboring Madhya Pradesh. Trains passing through Ratlam section were canceled due to water logging on Ratlam section due to heavy rains. 7 trains running from Rajasthan to Mumbai have been diverted or partially cancelled. Weather experts predict that this spell of rain will continue in Rajasthan today. It decreases from September 19 and the weather starts to clear up.
After good rains in Mount Abu, rivers and streams started flowing at high speed.
If we look at the report of last 24 hours, it has rained heavily at some places in Banswara, Dungarpur, Jalore, Sirohi, Pratapgarh and Udaipur districts. Between 300 and 400 mm of water has fallen in Danpur, Bagidaura, Sajjangarh, Shergarh in Banswara within two days, causing flood-like conditions in these areas. Due to rise in water level of Mahi river in Banswara due to heavy rains, all 16 gates of Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam built on it had to be opened and 4.91 lakh cusecs of water had to be released from here.
Here, due to heavy rains in Neemuch and Ratlam districts of Madhya Pradesh, train operations were stopped. The operation of about 7 trains plying this route from various cities of Rajasthan to Mumbai was affected. Railways have to divert train number 22902 Udaipur-Bandra Terminus, train number 04711, Bikaner-Bandra Terminus, train number 12956 Jaipur-Mumbai Central, train number 22901 Bandra-Udaipur, train number 82654 Jaipur-Yesvant. Had to drive. Apart from this, train number 04712, Bandra Terminus-Bikaner special train was cancelled.
Weather in Ajmer also became pleasant due to rain. Amid the drizzling rain, many people came to visit the Aravali hills tourist spot and enjoyed the weather.
Heavy rain in Mount Abu after a long time closed schools in Jalore-Sanchore today
The Meteorological Department has issued a heavy rain warning in Sirohi, Jalore area today. It rained heavily in Mount Abu in Sirohi on Sunday afternoon. Up to 5 inches of rain was recorded here, after which waterfalls began to flow from the mountains. Here, keeping in view the warning of heavy rain, Jalore and Sanchore Collector declared holiday in the schools here today. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for these two districts today.
that’s why it was raining heavily
According to meteorologists, the cyclonic circulation that formed in the Bay of Bengal advanced and turned into a well-marked low pressure system. This system was so strong that due to its impact, after Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and now Rajasthan and Gujarat are experiencing heavy rains. The effect of this scheme will be seen in the south-western districts of Gujarat and Rajasthan till September 19.
The river water is flowing at high speed on the Lasada bridge connecting Dungarpur-Banswara. Police have been deployed near this culvert, so that no vehicle driver passes here.
Monsoon season quota ready in Rajasthan
Due to good rains in September, this season’s rainfall quota has now ended in the state. The average rainfall in Rajasthan from 1 June to 30 September (during the monsoon season) is 436 mm, but so far this season it has received 464.1 mm of rain. Except for Hanumangarh in western Rajasthan, the rain quota has been completed in all the remaining 9 districts of the state. Meanwhile, out of 23 districts in East Rajasthan, there are 8 such districts where the monsoon season quota has not been completed till now.
Rajasthan Monsoon Gauge
|in the last 24 hours||total rainfall so far||it still happens||More|
|17.4 MM||464.1 MM||421.3 MM||10%|
Warning for heavy rain in these districts today
Director of Meteorological Centre, Jaipur, Radheshyam Sharma said that the Well Mark low pressure system is currently active over south Rajasthan and Gujarat. Monsoon trough is currently passing through Jaisalmer, Sagar, Jamshedpur to Bay of Bengal. Due to this system, heavy rain may occur at isolated places in Dungarpur, Udaipur, Sirohi, Jalore, Rajsamand, Pali and Barmer districts today. Due to this, orange alert has been issued for these districts. On September 19, heavy rains are expected in Barmer, Jalore and Sirohi.