Rajasthan is experiencing an accelerated winter because of the continuous fall in mercury. Today, it seems that the weather is changing according to the forecast of the Meteorological Department. In Jaipur, there is a feeling of coolness. Sikar district recorded a temperature of 2.8 degrees this morning. The temperature in the Sikar district was measured by the Fatehpur Meteorological Center.
Two days ago, the Meteorological Department predicted a change in the weather. Rajasthan may once again see rain, according to the Meteorological Department. In Udaipur and Kota, rain is expected today. Winter will be even longer as a result.
Meteorological Department officials say the weather will change today, Wednesday. As a result, there is a chance of rain in many areas of Rajasthan between 17 and 19 November. During these days, easterly winds will affect Rajasthan. The result is that rain may occur in many thunderstorm areas in some parts of South-East Rajasthan.
The Meteorological Department says that Ajmer, Udaipur, and Jaipur divisions, including the Kota division of Rajasthan, are likely to get wet on November 18 and 19.
The mercury reaches 7 degrees in Churu and Bhilwara
Marudhara’s winters are becoming increasingly severe. Most parts of the state are experiencing a decrease in mercury levels. A temperature of 6.1 degrees Celsius was recorded in Chittorgarh on Monday night. According to Churu and Bhilwara, it came to a degree of 7-7. In Hanumangarh, it was 8.0 degrees Celsius. Jhunjhunu district’s Pilani recorded 8.5, Sikar 8.5, and Jaipur 12.1 degrees Celsius.
Winter and summer records were broken in some parts of Rajasthan
Rajasthan has been experiencing record-breaking winters and summers in some areas. During the winter season, Churu city in Shekhawati and Fatehpur town sometimes experience temperatures below freezing. At the same time, Sriganganagar and Mount Abu in the Sirohi district adjacent to Gujarat are also affected. Rajasthan’s only hill station is Mount Abu. The mercury dips below zero during the winter season.
Rajasthan has been setting new records for winter and summer because of the changing climate for the past few years. Although winter hasn’t shown its harsh attitude after half of November has passed. If it rains now, winter will not be far behind.