In the last 24 hours, temperatures have risen in the majority of Rajasthan state, according to a representative for the MeT department.
The Meteorological Department stated that the state’s lowest temperature in the previous 24 hours was 5.4 degrees Celsius in Fatehpur, Sikar, and Churu.
Chittorgarh had a temperature of 5.9 while other locations recorded eight or higher. In Jalore and Dungarpur, respectively, the highest recorded daytime temperatures were 30.9 and 29.7 degrees.
The highest and lowest recorded temperatures in Jaipur, the capital, were 26 degrees and 11 degrees Celsius, respectively. According to the MeT official, this weather pattern is likely to last for the time being.
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