Very heavy rains have lashed Jaipur today and over 100 mm rainfall has been recorded in just 6 hours. It rained extremely heavy between 9 am and 1 pm clocking 81 mm rainfall in just 3 hours. More rains are in store for the pink city.
July and August are the rainiest months for Jaipur with normal rainfall of 180 mm and 190 mm respectively. The month of July was a dampener for Jaipur and daily rainfall could not even cross double-digit. However August has been compensating for July and rains have visited Jaipur on most days.
Very Heavy Rain in #Jaipur Today since morning
At District Collectorate in Jaipur,132 MM Rain till 11:30 AM
Sanganer Airport,Jaipur 101 MM Rain .
All parts of Jaipur District received heavy rain today.@SkymetWeather @SkymetHindi @Mpalawat @Indiametdept pic.twitter.com/EF8tqiFH3l
— Aditya (@AadityaCrazy01) August 14, 2020
— dilip cherian (@DILIPtheCHERIAN) August 14, 2020
In the last 13 days, Jaipur recorded 154 mm of rainfall and now exceeds its normal with the total amounting to 257 mm. Today’s rainfall over Jaipur happens to be second-highest of 24 hours in the last 10 years.
Jaipur is expected to have moderate showers for the next 3-4 days. The monsoon trough is in the close proximity ushering these rains. The day temperature has dropped by 5-6°C in Jaipur and the maximum is likely to stay at 26-27°C.