Strong winds from the northern part of the country struck Rajasthan as the lowest temperatures in Fateburu and Churu were recorded below freezing on Sunday for two consecutive days.
According to MeT, Fatehpur recorded 4.7°C and Churu recorded the second coldest day at 2.6°C.
Located on the outskirts of Fatehpur, Krishi Anusandhan Kendra recorded a minimum temperature of 5.2 ° C. According to records, this may have been the lowest record ever recorded on Fatehpur.
According to meteorological officials, Sikar recorded 2.5 ° C on Sunday evening, followed by 0.6 ° C in Karauli and 0.2 ° C in Chittorgarh. Bhilwara recorded 0 ° C, followed by Pilani at 0.1 ° C, Nagaur at 0.2 ° C, Alwar at 0.4 ° C, Banasthali at 1.5 ° C and Sangaria at 1.8 ° C.
Minimum temperatures below 9 ° C were measured on Saturday nights in almost every 36 locations where weather was monitored by the Mead department in the
area. In most places the maximum temperature was measured between 18 ° C and 26 ° C.
The Jaipur Meteorological Agency said Tuesday, a slight relief from the severe cold that begins on Tuesday, as the continued decline in mercury is due to the disappearance of vigorous north winds and cyclone circulation over the sky and disturbances in the west. “From Tuesday, the state’s minimum and maximum temperatures will rise slightly,” said an official at the Mets Jaipur office.
Regarding the various minimum temperatures of Fatehpur, Radhey Shyam Sharma, director of the Jaipur Meteorological Agency, said: Measurement distance of 5.2 ° C. “The state was hit by a harsh cold spell. Temperatures could rise from Tuesday,” Sharma said. The people of Jaipur woke up at 4.5 ° C on the coldest morning of the season. This is almost 5 degrees lower than usual.