The minimum temperature in pockets of Rajasthan decreased over the past 24 hours. In the divisions of Bikaner and Jaipur, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) observed a drop in nighttime temperatures.
The desert state’s coldest location is now Karauli, where the minimum temperature is 3.2 degrees Celsius. With 3.9 degrees Celsius, Pilani is the second-coldest location in the state.
Sirohi’s nighttime temperature is 4.3 degrees Celsius, Churu’s is 4.6, Sikar’s is 5, Fatehpur is 5.7, and Dholpur is 6.1 degrees. Minimum temperatures in other Rajasthan locations ranged from 6 to 12 degrees Celsius.
The state’s capital Jaipur experienced temperatures as low as 8.3 degrees Celsius and as high as 21.1 degrees Celsius, respectively. No part of the state is currently under a weather advisory. The isolated areas of the Bikaner, Jaipur, and Bharatpur divisions are predicted to experience light rainfall.
Yesterday, the western Himalayan region was affected by a disturbance from the west. The impact was anticipated to last until January 26. The northwest Indian plains will be impacted by the western disturbance from January 23 to 25, with a stronger influence than the recent one.
The people of Rajasthan have never fully understood their weather. There is a reason for this as well; while there are some regions where summer is more intense and others where winter is more intense. Rajasthan has several areas where the roads begin to heat up like furnaces in the heat of June and the snow starts to freeze in the cold of January.