Fatehpur: Rajasthan: Sub-zero temperature recorded in 5 districts | Jaipur News – Times of India

Jaipur: Bone numbing wind blowing from the northern parts of the country Rajasthan Rajasthan as the minimum temperature Fatehpur On the other hand, Churu was recorded below freezing point for the second consecutive day on Sunday.
Sikar, Karauli and Chittorgarh districts recorded the minimum temperature below freezing point on Sunday.
The Met department said that Fatehpur recorded -4.7 degrees Celsius, while Churu recorded the second coldest day at -2.6 degrees Celsius.
However, the Agricultural Research Station on the outskirts of Fatehpur recorded a minimum temperature of -5.2 degrees Celsius. As per records, this was probably the lowest minimum temperature ever recorded in Fatehpur.
Weather officials said that Sikar recorded -2.5 degree Celsius, Karauli -0.6 degree Celsius and Chittorgarh -0.2 degree Celsius on Sunday night.
Bhilwara recorded 0°C, Pilani 0.1°C, Nagaur 0.2°C, Alwar 0.4°C, Bansthali 1.5°C and Sangaria 1.8°C.
Almost all the 36 places where the weather is observed by the Regional Meteorological Department recorded the minimum temperature below 9 degrees Celsius on Saturday night. The maximum temperature at most places was recorded between 18°C ​​and 26°C.
Attributing the steady fall in mercury to active northerly winds and cyclonic circulation of upper air and disappearance of western disturbance, the Jaipur Meteorological Office said there would be light respite from severe cold wave conditions from Tuesday. “There will be a slight increase in the minimum and maximum temperatures in the state from Tuesday,” an official of the Jaipur Meteorological Office said.
On various minimum temperatures in Fatehpur, Jaipur Meteorological Office director Radheshyam Sharma said, “We have started an observatory this year in which we have recorded minimum temperature of -4.7 degrees Celsius and the observatory of Agricultural Research Center located at a distance of -5.2 degrees Celsius. Celsius was recorded.
“The state is in the grip of severe cold wave. Temperatures are likely to rise from Tuesday,” Sharma said.
People in Jaipur remained at 4.5 degrees Celsius, the coldest morning of the season, which is almost five degrees below normal.