IMD Rainfall Alert! Heavy rain and hailstorm alert for these 27 districts , check your city weather condition


Weather Update: The Indian Meteorological Department has issued a new alert regarding the weather of Rajasthan.

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The Jaipur Center of the Meteorological Department has told that on May 25, stormy thunderstorms will occur in the districts of Bikaner, Jaipur, Ajmer, Bharatpur, Jodhpur and Kota divisions. During this, the wind speed will be 50 to 60 kilometers per hour.

The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of thunder and hailstorm in 27 districts of these divisions. The Meteorological Department has expressed a strong possibility of heavy rains in the Shekhawati region. The Meteorological Department has also told that there will not be much change in the maximum temperature in the coming days. Till May 29, the current trend of weather and temperature will remain intact in all the divisions of the state. There will be a difference of one to two degree temperature.

The Jaipur center of the Meteorological Department said that eastern Rajasthan received 1 to 7 cm of rain . Whereas in western Rajasthan, the rainfall reached up to 10 cm. If we talk about Jaipur, then there was a storm with a speed of 89 kilometers per hour. During this, 13 mm of rain was recorded in Jaipur, 21 mm in Bikaner and 06 mm in Churu till 8.30 am. According to the Meteorological Department, the Western Disturbance is still a cyclone in North Pakistan

From May 28 .

Due to this, another western disturbance will enter the state on May 28. Due to this, the weather of the state will again improve by May 31. During this, there will be light to heavy rain in many areas of the state and thunderstorms will also occur.

Fear haunting the farmers

While the Narma crop has been damaged due to the storm, the concern of the farmers has now increased regarding the Kharif crop. Due to lack of heat, the problem of insect infestation may increase. Due to filling of water and moisture in the fields, the field can be prepared in time. Sundaram, a farmer from Sikar, says that if the rains continue like this, the farmers can be benefited.

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