During the last 24 hours, the eastern parts of Rajasthan have received light to moderate rains and thundershowers at scattered places. Also, some parts of Northwest Rajasthan have experienced light rains at scattered places. On the other hand, other parts of Rajasthan remained mostly dry and warm.
Presently, a Well Marked Low Pressure Area lies over Northeast Arabian Sea and adjoining parts of Saurashtra and Kutch. This system would be intensifying into a Depression and moving East-northeastwards while affecting Southern parts of Rajasthan.
Hence, moderate to heavy rains and thundershowers are likely to affect many places over South Rajasthan during the next 48 hours. Places like Banaswara, Pratapgarh, Udaipur, Baran, Bundi, Bhilwara, Rajasmand, Mount Abu, Jawai Dam, Jalore, Sirohi, etc will be affected by these moderate to heavy showers.
The upcoming heavy showers accompanied with strong winds are likely to affect crops over southern parts of Rajasthan. Also, flood-like conditions and waterlogging may be seen at some places.
While Northeast parts of Rajasthan will be affected by light rains due to the presence of a Western Disturbance over North Jammu and Kashmir and its associated induced Cyclonic Circulation over central parts of Pakistan. These light rains are likely to continue during the next 48 hours.
As on September 28, the seasonal rainfall is running surplus over the entire state. While West Rajasthan is surplus by 17%, East Rajasthan is surplus by 51%. These surplus values will be slightly increasing further as rainfall activity increases over Southern parts of Rajasthan.
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