Authorities have set up more than 200 relief shelters for people displaced by the floods, the national disaster management agency said
While heavy rain continues to lash parts of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi is likely to witness a light drizzle on Wednesday.
The city recorded a rainfall of 0.6 mm from 8:30 AM on Monday to 8:30 AM on Tuesday, as per data shared by the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Shahpura town in Jaipur recorded moderate rain of 51 mm on Tuesday night, followed by 16 each in Paota in the district and Didwana in Nagaur.
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Incessant rains over the last one week have ravaged the state, snapping road connectivity in several areas, said the officials.
The worst effect of the rain was seen at Seshasdripuram where the retaining wall of the Metro Rail collapsed damaging seven cars and a few bikes. No one was present when the wall came down crashing.
Around 150 personnel of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed and six relief camps opened in various parts of the islands, the officials said.
It said light rains in some parts of the state due to a fresh western disturbance is likely to bring down the mercury over the next two days.
The meteorological department has predicted a partly cloudy sky with the possibility of light rain or drizzle.
On March 3, it will have a partial effect only in some parts of northeast Rajasthan. The weather will remain mainly dry over all the remaining areas.
The maximum temperature was recorded at 23.8 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season's average.
Over the next two days, there is a possibility of isolated to scattered light rain or snow.
There is a possibility of rain or snow at scattered places on Monday.
Before this, the capital recorded 79.7 mm of rainfall in 1989 and 73.7 mm in 1953.
It is the highest since January 1989 when the capital received 79.7 mm rainfall.
The mercury was several degrees above the normal for this time of the season at most places, the officials said.
The city has recorded 68 mm rainfall till January 22, the highest since 1995, when 69.8 mm rainfall was received.
At the same time, hailstorm may occur at some places in Jaipur, Alwar, Sikar and Churu districts.
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