Jaipur. During the last 24 hours, heavy rains occurred at many places in the eastern part of Rajasthan, while light to moderate rains accompanied by gusty winds occurred at different places of the state. According to the Disaster Relief and Management Department, a total of 13 people have died due to rains and storms in the state in the last two days. 10 deaths were reported in Tonk and one each in Alwar, Jaipur and Bikaner.
11 cm in Bhilwara division, 6 cm in Rawatsar in Hanumangarh, 5 cm each in Fatehpur and Laxmangarh in Sikar and Taranagar in Churu, Thanagji in Alwar, Karanpur in Sriganganagar, Nohar in Hanumangarh, Ratangarh and Churugarh in Rajgarh during the last 24 hours. 5-5 cm of rain fell. Four centimeters each, Sikar, Udaipurvati and Chidawa in Jhannu, Banera in Bhilwara and Tatgarh in Ajmer received three centimeters each.
Apart from this, rainfall of one to three centimeters was recorded at many other places during this period. Meanwhile, the department has predicted a normal southwest monsoon with an average rainfall of 96 percent in the monsoon season from June to September. Maximum and minimum temperatures will be above normal in most parts of Rajasthan in June.