In the last few days, East Rajasthan has recorded Monsoon rain and thundershowers but of light intensity. During the same time frame, western districts of the state witnessed dry and warm weather conditions.
However, the weather conditions have changed in the last 48 hours. Most of the state witnessed Monsoon rains of moderate intensity. All thanks to a cyclonic circulation that is lying over Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas. Moreover, moist southwesterly winds coming from Bay of Bengal are also reaching up to Gujarat.
In a span of 24 hours from 08:30 am on Wednesday, Chittorgarh recorded 42 mm of heavy rains, Sawai Madhopur 35 mm, Udaipur 29 mm, Siker 17 mm, Jodhpur 14 mm, Jaipur 14 mm, Ajmer 10 mm and Bhilwara 4 mm.
According to weathermen at Skymet Weather, scattered light rain with isolated moderate spell are likely to continue for another 24 hours over eastern region of Rajasthan. Places such as Udaipur, Jaipur, Kota, Chittorgarh and Mount Abu may witness Monsoon rains.
On the other hand, West Rajasthan will observe mostly hot and dry weather conditions. Places like Sriganganagar, Bikaner, Churu and Hanumangarh will reel under this weather condition with maximum temperatures settling in the range of 37-39 degrees.
As on September 13, Rajasthan is rain surplus by 11 percent. If we look at the sub-divisions of the state, West Rajasthan is rain surplus by an excess of 43 percent, whereas East Rajasthan is normal by minus 7 percent.
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