On Thursday morning, dense fog in several districts of the state caused heavy problems for vehicle drivers. The situation became such that visibility was less than 100 meters in many areas. Cities including Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Dausa, Sikar, Churu, Jhunjhunu, and Ganganagar witnessed such conditions in the morning. Due to the fog, the humidity level remained above 70 per cent in the morning. Meanwhile, light rain occurred in Bharatpur in the morning.
While Mount Abu recorded the lowest temperature. The minimum temperature dropped to 5 degrees Celsius after a one-degree Celsius fall. The minimum temperature in Fatehpur near Sikar remained near 10 degrees Celsius. The temperature in Jaisalmer remained at 12.8 degrees Celsius yesterday and the fog prevailed. In Ganganagar, the temperature increased to 15.6 after light clouds covered the sky. Meteorologists estimate that in the state, fog will prevail for one or two more days. The weather will start clearing from December 3, and the cold trend will intensify.
A new western disturbance has become active over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, and Punjab in northern India. Due to this, a cyclonic system of winds has developed. Due to this, the cold winds coming from northern India have stopped. Due to this, the temperature in Rajasthan, Haryana, and Delhi is currently stable. According to meteorologists, the impact of this system will end on December 1. After that, chilly air from northern India will start coming. This could lead to a drop of 2 to 3 degrees Celsius or more in temperatures in states in northern and central India, including Rajasthan.