Presently, an anti-cyclonic feature is establishing over Rajasthan and adjoining Gujarat. Due to which, dry weather is prevailing over most parts of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
However, during the last 24 hours, a few pockets of North Rajasthan received short spelled thundershowers and dust-storm activity, due to the presence of a Western Disturbance. The city of Sri Ganganagar recorded rainfall activity, while Jaisalmer saw multiple dust-storms.
As we know the Monsoon withdrawal is likely to start shortly starting from the state of Rajasthan, thus these areas are expected to head towards dry and hot weather conditions. These conditions will give rise to mainly, clear sky and moderate winds flowing over the state. Afternoons, mornings and nights will remain comfortable for the days to come.
The process of withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon, begins in September. However, before September 1, the withdrawal doesn’t take place. Moreover, the process does not begin right at the start of the month, and it actually starts taking place after the first ten days of the month are over.
In the upcoming days, dry weather conditions will prevail over Delhi region. During this time day temperatures are likely to rise marginally. Also, haziness is expected during early morning. Sky will remain sunny throughout.
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