In the summer, Fatehpur, Rajasthan, can reach 50 degrees; in the winter, it can get as low as minus 6. In this situation, winter can be seen once the effects of the western disturbance have subsided. The state’s Fatehpur Shekhwati has begun to experience a severe cold. The lowest temperature ever recorded was 7.0 degrees last night. At the Agricultural Research Center in Fathehpurs, the minimum temperature earlier was 14.5 degrees Celsius.
The minimum temperature will be 15 degrees Celsius today, Thursday, according to the meteorological department, and the maximum temperature will be 28 degrees. On Friday and Saturday, the minimum temperature could fall by one degree while holding steady at 14 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature won’t be altered. For the next six days, the sky in Jaipur will be clear.
On the other hand, the minimum and maximum temperatures in the Hanumangarh district will be 10 and 27 degrees Celsius, respectively. Today, tomorrow, and the two days after that, Jodhpur will see lows of 16 degrees Celsius and highs of 31 degrees Celsius. Udaipur, on the other hand, is forecast to experience a minimum and maximum temperature today of 13 and 30 degrees Celsius, respectively. Hanumangarh is predicted to experience a minimum temperature of 10 degrees Celsius today.
Nearly 10–12 degrees Celsius have been reached in the majority of the districts. The Meteorological Department has forecast an even greater increase in the nighttime cold. The department predicts that by the end of this month, the temperature may reach 3 degrees Celsius.
People must dress in warm clothing in the morning to avoid the sudden increase in the effects of winter in the area caused by the sudden drop in temperature. People have begun drinking tea while lighting bonfires at the stores and tea stalls that are located next to the highway.
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