In the past 24 hours. Southeast Rajasthan received scattered light to moderate rains. At present, East Rajasthan is rain surplus by 7% whereas West Rajasthan is still deficit by 34%. Experts say that good rains would continue over Southeast Rajasthan while scattered rains will be seen over East Rajasthan. Thus, we can say that the rain surplus will be maintained over the eastern parts. However, no significant weather activity is to be seen over West Rajasthan leading to further increase in the deficiency levels.
A Cyclonic Circulation can be seen over Central Pakistan and adjoining West Rajasthan, but it will not be strong enough to give any major weather activity. For the next 24 to 48 hours, moderate rains with isolated heavy spells would continue over Southeast Rajasthan. Places like Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Kota, Bundi, Jhalawar, and Baran will be impacted by these rains. Whereas, scattered light to moderate rains will be a sight in East Rajasthan for the next 24-48 hours. Thereafter, the weather is expected to turn dry.
Our experts say that this spell of rain may push the Monsoon line further over Southeast Rajasthan in the next 24-48 hours. Usually, by June 15, Monsoon touches Rajasthan but this time it has been already delayed by more than 15 days. Hopefully, these rains will be helpful and after a significant lapse, Monsoon would be ready to make an onset.
Also, the temperatures are expected to subside as strong to moderate winds from the Arabian Sea would continue for a week or so in the region.
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