Winter started increasing in Rajasthan: Night temperature in Shekhawati came down below 20 degrees, day temperature also dropped by 2-3 degrees; Chances of rain in the eastern part of the state on October 17

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After the farewell of monsoon in Rajasthan, people have started feeling mild winter now. In Sikar, Churu, Jhunjhunu (Shekhawati belt), the night temperature reached below 20 degrees. At the same time, the day temperature has also dropped by 2-3 degrees. According to meteorologists, there may be rain in East Rajasthan on October 17. By the last week of October, the night temperature in Shekhawati region can go down to 15 degrees or even below. Apart from this, the night temperature can also see a drop in Jaipur, Dausa, Bharatpur, Kota region.

Churu district recorded the lowest temperature of 18 degrees Celsius last night. In Barmer, Bikaner, Ganganagar, Jaisalmer, Dholpur districts, the day temperature has dropped by 2-3 degrees and has now reached 34 to 36 degrees. These days the weather is clear in many cities of the state including Jaipur. It is sunny during the day. However, after the temperature drops in the evening, the effect of heat ends.

It may rain in East Rajasthan from October 17
Meteorologist Himanshu Sharma said that the moist air from the eastern region (Bay of Bengal) is coming towards the west. Due to these winds, there is a possibility of rain in Bharatpur, Alwar, Dausa, Dholpur areas of East Rajasthan on October 17. The effect of this change in weather will not be seen much on the temperature. Sharma said that the temperature in the state would remain normal for the next 4 days. Only one and a half to 2 degree changes can be seen.

Here is the temperature of major cities

CityMaximumthe minimum
Ajmer35.622.4
Bhilwara34.721.6
Jaipur3623
Pilani (Jhunjhunu)36.918.9
Sikar3519
quota35.523.3
Udaipur33.621.4
Jaisalmer35.521.6
churu3618
Bikaner36.620.5
Jodhpur36.923.6
Ganganagar35.722.3

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