The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a significant weather advisory for Western Rajasthan, indicating the likelihood of heavy to very heavy rainfall in the region. This comes as parts of the state experienced substantial downpours, with Pali and Ahor (District Jalore) witnessing noteworthy rainfall measurements.
- Western Rajasthan: IMD reports heavy to very heavy rainfall in Western Rajasthan, raising concerns about possible waterlogging and flooding in affected areas.
- Pali: Pali district in Rajasthan recorded a substantial 20 cm of rainfall, indicative of the intensity of the weather system impacting the region.
- Ahor (District Jalore): The town of Ahor in Jalore district reported 10 cm of rainfall, further highlighting the widespread nature of the downpour.
With the heavy rainfall warning in effect, the general public is strongly advised to exercise caution during this rainy season. It is crucial to avoid venturing into waterlogged and low-lying areas, which are particularly susceptible to flooding and associated risks.
Staying informed about weather updates and heeding warnings from authorities is essential to ensure personal safety during such weather events. The IMD and local authorities continue to monitor the situation and provide timely information to assist residents in making informed decisions.