Rains and thundershower to affect Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Pali, minimums to rise

January 25, 2020 11:52 AM |

Rajasthan rains

From the last couple of weeks, the entire state of Rajasthan has been experiencing dry weather conditions. Also, a slight fall in the minimums has been observed over the state in the last 24 hours. For instance, Sikar recorded its night temperature settling at 2 degrees Celsius, Jodhpur recorded 9 degrees Celsius, While a minimum of Barmer settled at 11.6 degrees Celsius.

Now coming to the present situation, foggy conditions are observed in the northern parts of Rajasthan while the northern and southern parts of the state are now experiencing extremely cold mornings.

At present, an active Western Disturbance lies over the northern parts of Pakistan and its induced Cyclonic Circulation is over the eastern and central parts of Pakistan and adjoining parts of West Rajasthan. Both the system will continue to move away east-northeastwards.

Although the Cyclonic Circulation is not going to be a strong one and may not hold the capacity to bring significant rain, it would surely have an impact in the form of change in temperature pattern as minimums and maximums will start rising in the next 24 hours. During the same episode, the cloudy skies will start increasing from the western parts of Rajasthan and further spreading to the northwestern parts of the state. A short spell of rain and thundershower would be affecting the western parts of Rajasthan soon on January 26.

Places like Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Paludhi, and Pali are very likely to observe these rains on January 26. Thereafter, i.e. by January 27 and 28, the northern parts of the state will witness rains and thundershower activities with gusty winds following which will now decrease the day temperatures and the minimums will start rising.

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