Cloudy lashed, 66 mm rainfall: rainy water filled in Samdari Hospital, 4 feet of water on the roads
- 2:07 AM August 5, 2022
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Monsoon, which has been weak for the past few days, has now become active once again. The sky was cloudy throughout the day in Barmer. In some areas in the district, there has been strong rains in some areas and some areas. Samadari, Kau Kheda, Gudmalani, Ramji's round areas rained fiercely. Samdari has recorded 66 mm of rainfall. The torrential rains were flooded in the hospital. At the same time, there has been a situation of waterlogging in the areas including the main markets of the town. The heat and humidity had disturbed the condition of the people. On Thursday, the maximum temperature was 37.4 and the minimum temperature was 28.8 degrees. The Meteorological Department is expecting good rains in the next few days.
Actually in July last month, there has been strong and torrential rains in many parts of the district. In the month of Sawan, there is a continuous period of Bodabandi and rain. The sky was cloudy since morning on Thursday. The heat and humidity rescued people's sweat. There has been many light rain, while the Samdari area received torrential rains in the evening with a sudden thunderstorm. There was a situation of waterlogging in different areas of the town. Many areas of Baytu subdivision have received light rains. In a few minutes, drains started flowing in a few minutes due to heavy rains. Water was filled on the roads. In Balotra city, the rain for about 20 minutes was filled with water from place to place. Gudmalani and its surrounding areas received heavy rains at night. There is an atmosphere of happiness during the rains and there is an atmosphere of happiness among the farmers. According to Samdari Tehsildar Hanumatsingh, the second highest rainfall of this monsoon has been recorded which has been 66 mm. Earlier, there was 33 mm of rain. Many vehicles were closed under water due to the gathering of water close to 4 feet on Balotra Road. Most of the rain made the town wet, after the rain, all the systems were seen failing. Due to lack of adequate water drainage, water was flowing up to 4 feet in the main market Gor's Chowk. At the same time, there was waterlogging in various areas of the town. Drains water from the mountainous region faced difficulties in movement due to filler on the main market bypass road Balotra road. Rain crops are also getting reports of damage to standing crops due to accumulation of rain water in the same field. Discom office, hospitals including hospitals also faced problems due to waterlogging situation.
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