The state of Rajasthan has been witnessing dry weather for the last many days. Now the intensity and frequency of Western Disturbance have risen. Whenever the Western Disturbance approaches the Western Himalayas, they tend to induce a Cyclonic Circulation over Central Pakistan and adjoining North Rajasthan.
The new Western Disturbance which is about to approach the Western Himalayas around November 25 will again induce a Cyclonic Circulation. In the wake of this weather system, isolated light rain is a possibility in the northern districts of Rajasthan. Places like Bikaner, Churu, Hanumangarh, Sri Ganganagar will witness light rains. However, the southern districts will continue to witness dry weather. It is likely that the intensity of rain will increase on November 26 and then many parts of the state may even witness cloudy to overcast sky conditions with scattered light rains.
Some pockets are also likely to witness isolated hailstorm activities. During this period Jaipur city will also see scattered rain and thundershowers. The hailstorm will be more prominent in the northern districts of the state. Places like Hanumangarh, Sri Ganganagar are likely to see these activities.
Whereas the southern districts like Jodhpur, Jalore, Barmer, Bhilwara, and Udaipur may witness light rain activity on November 26.
And by November 27, the weather will turn dry as the Western Disturbance will move away.
With the clearing off of the Western Disturbance Sikar, Pilani, Churu, Sri Ganganagar may witness a significant drop in temperature. The minimum might slip into single digits as well.
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