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IMD issues 'Yellow Alert' in Jaipur

Amid the extended episode of the monsoons, rains are expected in Jaipur this weekend with forecasts of heavy showers across the eastern regions of Rajasthan. Subsequently, the eastern parts of the desert state will reel under orange alert from July 30 to August 1 while a yellow alert has been issued for Jaipur for the 30th and 31st July. Reportedly, spells of rains along with thunderstorms may be witnessed in the pink city today.

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Jaipur reels under cloudy skies & humid weather after heavy rains on Monday!

After days of hot and humid weather, a heavy downpour was observed in Jaipur on Monday evening. Due to the short spell of the rains, the humidity levels have sparked up yet again, creating problems for the city folks. While reports indicate a possibility of rains with cloudy skies, it is expected that warm weather conditions shall continue in the days to come. As per reports, the mercury levels would fluctuate between 25° celsius and 28° celsius today.

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Cyclone Tauktae reaches Rajasthan; heavy rainfall in store for Jaipur & 7 other districts today

The Meteorology Department has predicted that cyclone Tauktae will bring isolated heavy rainfall to the Jaipur division today. Additionally, 7 districts aligned in southern Rajasthan, namely Jalore, Sirohi, Udaipur, Pali, Dungarpur, Chittorgarh and Rajsamand are also in the storm's sight. The administration has deployed State Disaster Relief Force (SDRF )and Police Personnel in the southern and western territory of the state to resolve the fury of the meandering storm.

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2,400-year-old Egyptian Mummy in Jaipur's Albert Hall Museum, saved from drowning

After an extensive span of 130 years, a 2,400-year-old Egyptian mummy preserved at the Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur, took a breather out of its box. Heavy rainfall had been plaguing the Pink City, which is why the streets along with the museum was flooded as well. Due to the surging water levels here, the mummy had to be transported to a safer site.

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