The highest amount of water in the state in the state: 130 mm of rain in the last 24 hours, rain started on Friday afternoon

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The highest amount of water in the state in the state: 130 mm of rain in the last 24 hours, rain started on Friday afternoon
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5:51 AM July 23, 2022
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Kota is receiving more than 12 consecutive hours of rain for the first time in this season of monsoon. The rain, which started at 2 pm on Friday afternoon, continues till Saturday morning. Due to the Rimjhim shift, people got relief from heat and humidity and the temperature dropped but due to rain, water flowed on the streets of the city. In many areas of the city, there were complaints of waterlogging. The main road of Jawahar Nagar, the posh area of ​​the city, was filled with water. People had to face a lot of difficulties in removing vehicles from the main road itself. According to the Meteorological Department, the highest rainfall in the state has been in Kota in the last 24 hours. Kota recorded 130 mm of rain in Kota Ladpura area till Saturday morning in Kota. Apart from this, 58 rains were received in Mandana of Kota Rural, 57 in Ramganj Mandi, 50 in Digod, 46 in Sangod, 42 in Sultanpur, 32 mm in Peepalda. If we look at the record of rain across the state, then in 24 hours, the maximum water rained in Kota Ladpura. Light rain had been stopping for three to four days. On Thursday evening, the water rained for some time. The rainy season started on Friday afternoon which lasted till late night. The rain stopped for some time and after that again the rain of rain started. After continuous rains, many areas in the city were flooded. Apart from Jawahar Nagar, water was filled in some areas of Shivpura, Hanuman Basti, Nayagaon, Anantpura.

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