After August, now dry similar conditions in September as well; Monsoon departure may start from second week. Now drought-like conditions in September too; Monsoon may depart from the second week | Pro IQRA News

After August, now dry similar conditions in September as well;  Monsoon departure may start from second week.  Now drought-like conditions in September too;  Monsoon may depart from the second week

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After the drought in Rajasthan in August, now the same situation is visible in September as well. There is no forecast for rain in the first week of September. Light rain is also expected during the second week. Weather experts estimate that if the situation continues, the departure of the monsoon may begin from the second week of the month.

According to weather experts, a new system is forming in the Bay of Bengal. Its impact will be limited to the districts of Eastern Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh only. The areas of West Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and East Rajasthan will remain dry. The reason for this is believed to be the effect of the westerly wind. The winds coming from the Pakistan area are so strong that they prevent the systems formed in the Bay of Bengal from reaching the states of western India.

This picture is on the road leading to the Collectorate in Barmer.  The weather remained clear.

This picture is on the road leading to the Collectorate in Barmer. The weather remained clear.

People worried because of increasing heat
Here, due to lack of rain and strong sunlight, the heat has increased in all the cities of the state. The maximum day temperature yesterday in Jaipur, Alwar, Kota, Barmer, Churu, Bikaner, Phalodi, Dholpur was between 37 and 39 degrees Celsius. It was extremely hot in Churu yesterday. The maximum temperature recorded here was 39.8 degrees Celsius.

The temperature started to rise even at night
As the heat has increased during the day, the heat has also started to increase at night in some cities. The minimum night temperature in Alwar, Jaipur, Phalodi, Churu and Dholpur has started staying above 27 degrees Celsius. The minimum night temperature in these cities has also gone above normal by 1 to 3 degrees Celsius.

The weather was still clear in Sikar also on Sunday morning.

The weather was still clear in Sikar also on Sunday morning.

Rajasthan Monsoon Meter

in the last 24 hours It has been raining so far happening until now More
0 416.3 380 10

What happens now?
According to Meteorological Center Jaipur, there is no forecast of rain in the state for the next 5 days i.e. till September 7. In some cities, the maximum daytime temperature can go up to 40 degrees Celsius or above.

10 percent more rain than so far

If we look at the monsoon situation in Rajasthan so far, the state has received 10 percent more rainfall than normal. The average rainfall in the state from June 1 to September 2 is 380 mm, but so far this season it has received 416.3 mm of rain.

The temperature in the major cities of Rajasthan

City max(mm) min(mm)
Pilani 38.5 24.8
Churu 39.8 25.7
Ajmer 35.3 26.3
Alwar 37.0 24.8
Jaipur 36.9 26.3
Sikar 36.0 23.0
quota 37.0 26.9
bom 37.3 24.6
Jaisalmer 39.3 23.9
jodhpur 36.1 25.9

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