Rajasthan is very likely to acquire monsoon rain till September 17
JAIPUR: Southwest monsoon will stay active at the state for a different month with conditions favourable because of its expansion till September 17. Normally, monsoon gets over by August 31.
“The ongoing cyclonic circulation and higher humidity levels in virtually every portion of the country imply that Rajasthan is very likely to have monsoon rain until September 17,” stated Radhey Shyam, manager, Jaipur Met workplace, while speaking to TOI on Tuesday.
Jaipur Met officials stated Delta such as Udaipur, Dungarpur, Banswara, Chittorgarh, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Kota, Jhalawar, Baran, Bundi, Tonk, Jaipur, Dausa, Alwar, Sawai Madhopur and Bharatpur can anticipate an elongated monsoon rain till September 17. “There’s also a chance that lots of areas in Udaipur and Kota branch may acquire abnormal or excess rain by the end of monsoon season. Additionally, the continuing deficit of 18percent less rain in contrast to 2019 is very likely to finish by August 31,” said a senior officer.
Meanwhile, the moderate to moderate showers lasted at several areas at the southern and eastern areas of the state. Some components obtained rainfall varying from 150mm to 100mm. )
In Jaipur, just sprinkled rain has been seen. “In Jaipur, the monsoon winds are feeble and following Friday no significant rain was reported. But, Jamwaramgarh, Viratnagar and Shahpura received rainfall varying from 200mm 150mm,” a senior officer of Jaipur Met office said.