The eastern parts of Rajasthan have been observing good rainfall activities for the last many days now. On the contrary, West Rajasthan has remained mostly dry and warm with humid and uneasy weather conditions.
Currently, the axis of the Monsoon Trough continues to pass across the central parts of Rajasthan, while an upper air Trough is extending from Gujarat up to the Northwest Bay of Bengal. Under the influence of these systems, the eastern districts of Rajasthan will receive light to moderate rain and thundershower activities.
Meanwhile, the northeastern parts of the state will get to see heavy showers at isolated places after 24 hours. On the other hand, due to lack of moisture over West Rajasthan, this region will remain mostly dry and warm weather conditions would prevail here.
After some time, the Western Disturbance which is currently over the Iran region, would move in East/Northeast directions and increase the rainfall activities over the northwestern parts of the state around August 6 or 7.
Places like Dholpur, Dausa, Sawai Madhopur and Alwar stand a chance to witness heavy showers on August 5.
As on August 3, East Rajasthan is a rain surplus by 21%. While West Rajasthan is running deficient by 5%. The upcoming showers would surely help the surplus of East Rajasthan to improve, however, in the absence of Monsoon showers during the next two days, the rain deficiency of West Rajasthan would increase.
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