Shri Ganga Nagar7 hours ago
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A person passing near Sukhadiya Circle in Sriganganagar.
Due to the turf line and cyclonic circulation formed in Western Rajasthan and Punjab, there was heavy rain on Wednesday. It rained 66 mm of water in about an hour. Due to this, the streets of the city became filled with water. Heavy rain in all areas of the city made it difficult for people to move on the roads. The drivers got worried. Many two-wheelers stopped midway, while in many areas car and jeep drivers also had to avoid potholes. In many areas of the city, people covered potholes with bushes to indicate them.
Vehicles passing through the rain on Gaushala Road in Sriganganagar.
the clouds suddenly darkened in the evening
By three o’clock in the afternoon the sun was visible in the sky. Within a period of about half an hour the weather started changing. The sky was cloudy. At around four in the evening it started raining first lightly and then heavily. The people who came out on the streets were most troubled due to the rain.
More impact on these areas
The maximum impact of rain was in the old population of the city, Ravindra Path, Gaushala Road, Sukhadia Circle, Sukhadia Marg, Indira Colony, Block Area, Gurunanak Basti etc. Due to water logging in these areas, some people took shelter outside roadside shops. People who continued walking on the streets. They reached their destination drenched.
Water accumulated near Sukhadia road.
Second heaviest rain of the season
Earlier on June 26, the area received 75.8 mm rainfall. After this, there was 66 mm rainfall on 20th September. Apart from this, there was 65.4 mm rainfall on July 27, which was almost equal to the rainfall on Wednesday.
It may rain again in the next 24 hours
The impact of Turf Line R Cyclonic Circulation on Western Rajasthan and Punjab has not reduced yet. In such a situation, experts are predicting the possibility of similar situation continuing in the next 24 hours.