Due to the combined effect of Western Disturbance and induced Cyclonic Circulation, the Pink City today observed a pleasant and enjoyable day with a mainly overcast sky. Intermittent light rain could also be seen over a few places. Talking about the temperatures, which have dropped further, and the day recorded 22.6°C, whereas minimums remained around 15°C against the normal figures of 29°C and 16°C.
As one can get from the figures, the day temperature is quite below the normal. This can be attributed to back to back Western Disturbances and Induced Cyclonic Circulation frequently approaching the states since the start of the Winters.
As we have already stepped in the pre-Monsoon month starting from March 1, normally the temperatures start rising due to the northerly movement of Sun. However, this hasn’t been the case this time as one another Western Disturbance and induced system are here to affect the entire state of Rajasthan yet again. Also, this has kept the temperatures significantly below the normal over the city and adjoining area. The condition is likely to continue for another 24 hours before any improve can be witnessed in the present conditions. A rise in temperatures is being forecast over the area from March 5.
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