Rajasthan To Experience Rise In Temperature From Feb 20

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Rajasthan To Experience Rise In Temperature From Feb 20

| Updated: February 15, 2023 15:16

Rajasthan is now experiencing a rise in temperature once more. Ajmer, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, and Bikaner are just a few of the cities where the day’s high temperature has surpassed 30 degrees Celsius.

Even at night, these cities have lessened the impact of the cold, and the temperature has risen by 2-3 degrees Celsius. The next five days will see dry weather in the state, and temperatures will rise, according to the Meteorological Center Jaipur. From February 21 to 22, the weather will shift, and the temperature will once more begin to fall as a result of the influence of northern winds.

According to a report from the Meteorological Center in Jaipur, the minimum temperature for the night has risen from single digits to double digits, or above 10 degrees Celsius, in Udaipur, Sikar, Pilani, Jodhpur, and Ganganagar.

Ajmer’s low temperature increased by three degrees Celsius to 14. The temperature in Jaipur and in Jaisalmer also hit over 14 degrees Celsius. The impact of cold throughout the day and night has significantly diminished in these cities as a result of the rise in temperature.

Weather experts indicated that Rajasthan may experience less of the effects of winter and a rise in temperature through February 20. The northern winds have stopped as a result of the entrance of two consecutive western gusts in North India, and the temperature has begun to rise in the region as a result.

The weather in the plains states will alter once more after these systems’ effects wear out on February 21–22.

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