Jaipur (Hindustan Reporter) In Rajasthan, departure of monsoon has started from Jaisalmer and Barmer of western Rajasthan. This time the departure of monsoon has started in the state after eight days. On an average, monsoon departs from the state by 17th September. According to weather experts, monsoon will continue for some more time in East Rajasthan. The rainy season will continue.
Rainy season continues in Udaipur division. In the last 24 hours, the highest rainfall in the state was 68.4 mm in Udaipur on Monday and 42 mm in Mount Abu. There was 21.3 mm rainfall in Jaipur, 15.2 mm rainfall in Chittorgarh and 20 mm rainfall in Pilani. Nine mm rainfall was measured in Ravla area of Sriganganagar. Dungrana of Hanumangarh also received 8 mm rain. Small sized hailstones also fell in some areas of Sri Ganganagar. According to the Meteorological Department, light to moderate rain is likely to continue in some parts of Bikaner division, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota and Udaipur division on Tuesday. Similarly, on September 27, there is a possibility of reduction in rain activities in most parts of the state during three-four days.
Due to heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh, for the second time this season, the gates of all four dams of Chambal were opened and water was drained. On Monday, 58 thousand cusecs of water was discharged from Gandhisagar by opening three small gates. By opening two gates of Rana Pratap Sagar Dam, 66598 cusecs of water was discharged, 69614 cusecs by opening four gates of Jawahar Sagar Dam, 77059 cusecs of water was discharged by opening six gates of Kota Barrage. 64549 cusecs of water is coming into Gandhi Sagar Dam, 64359 cusecs into Rana Pratap Sagar Dam, 75498 cusecs of water is coming into Jawahar Sagar Dam. Earlier on September 17, the gates of all four dams of Chambal were opened. It remained open for three days. Meteorologists predict that light to moderate rain activities may continue in Rajasthan for the next few days. Then by the end of September, monsoon may completely disappear from the state. Weather experts say that due to the active western disturbance in North India, it has been raining with strong winds in the northern part of Rajasthan for two days.
Monsoon has bid farewell yesterday from Jaisalmer, Barmer and some parts of Bikaner in Rajasthan. At present the withdrawal line of monsoon is passing through Nokha, Jodhpur, Barmer. Bikaner, Sriganganagar on the border of Pakistan has now become anti cyclone. Meteorologists predict that with the formation of anti-cyclonic winds (a situation of clockwise rotation), the monsoon will start withdrawing rapidly in the state. Weather Center Jaipur has not issued any alert of heavy rain anywhere in the state for the next three days. There is a possibility that due to local moisture there may be light rain due to cloud formation. This rain will be seen in the districts of Kota, Udaipur, Ajmer and Jaipur divisions.
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