Due to the approaching of depression over South Madhya Pradesh, eastern parts of Rajasthan witnessed moderate to heavy rains over many places during the last 24 hours. However, southwestern parts of the state remained dry and warm, while northern parts also received moderate rainfall activity.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Friday, Pilani recorded 64.4 mm of rain, followed by Sawai Madhopur 14 mm, Sikar 2 mm, Bundi 6 mm, Jaipur 4 mm, Kota 1.3 mm, Ajmer 0.4 mm and Churu 0.2 mm.
Now as the same depression lies over southwestern parts of Madhya Pradesh and is moving in west/northwest direction, it is expected to weaken into a well-marked low-pressure area soon. This system will further move over to Rajasthan.
Simultaneously, the Western Disturbance which lies over northern parts of Pakistan is moving east/northwestwards.
Due to the interaction of both these weather systems, moderate rain over many places along with few heavy spells is expected over eastern, central and northern parts of Rajasthan during the next 24 hours.
Meanwhile, southwestern parts of the state will remain dry and warm. Significant fall in temperatures is also expected. Further, after 24 hours, rains will decrease, and temperatures will once again start rising.
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