Rajasthan has been reeling under dry weather conditions particularly, West Rajasthan has been witnessing dry days from almost 10 days now. However, East Rajasthan has witnessed some occasional showers but these were very light in the intensity.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am as on Monday, Ajmer recorded 36 mm of rains, Bikaner 12.2 mm, Bundi 6 mm, Chittorgarh 3 mm and Udaipur witnessed merely 0.2 mm of light traces. While the capital city Jaipur remained dry.
A cyclonic circulation is persisting over southwest Rajasthan and adjoining Pakistan. Another cyclonic circulation is likely to form over South Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Vidarbha region. Due to these, moisture feed is expected to reach over to the districts lying in southeast Rajasthan thus resulting in scattered rains. Districts such as Kota, Jhalawar, Bundi Chittorgarh, and Udaipur will get to witness some scattered showers.
On the contrary, districts in the northwest Rajasthan such as Sri Ganganagar, Jaisalmer, and Jodhpur will remain dry. Jaipur will also remain dry but isolated rain during the afternoon and evening hours can be a chance.
The mercury levels will also peak and the maximums will be near 38-degree mark over West Rajasthan while will be near the 35-degree mark over the other regions. Thus, people of the desert state are likely to witness a feels-like of second summers in the month of September.
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