Jaipur, Jun 21 (PTI) Light to moderate rainfall was recorded in some parts of eastern Rajasthan during the last 24 hours, the Meteorological department said on Sunday.
During this period, 27 mm rain was recorded in Aklera of Jhalawar, followed by 27 mm in Alwar and 20 mm in Bhainsrodgarh of Chittorgarh, it said.
Some other locations which received rainfall were Mandalgarh in Bhilwara (19 mm), Begun in Chittorgarh (18 mm), Bijolia in Bhilwara (16 mm) and Mahua in Dausa (15 mm), the meteorological department said.
It said Manoharthana of Jhalawar received 16 mm rainfall, Behror in Alwar (13 mm) and 9 mm each in Lalsot, Mandana, Tijara, Srimadhopur and Sikar.
From Sunday morning to evening, Churu and Kota recorded 5.8 mm and 1.3 mm rainfall respectively, the MeT department added.
Meanwhile, the day temperature at most places in the state dropped by one to two degrees Celsius as compared to Saturday, the meteorological department said.
The highest day temperature in the state was recorded in Sri Ganganagar at 41.9 degree Celsius, followed by 41 degrees Celsius in Bikaner, it said.
Churu, Kota, Jaipur and Jaisalmer recorded their respective highs at 40, 39.9, 39.8 and 39.5 degrees Celsius, the MeT department said.
The maximum temperature in Barmer was 39 degrees Celsius, Ajmer and Jodhpur (38 degrees Celsius each) and 34.6 degrees Celsius in Dabok, it said.
The minimum temperature at most places in the state was recorded between 25.6 and 32.5 degrees Celsius, the MeT department said.
The weather department has predicted light to moderate rainfall and dust storm at several places in the state during the next 24 hours. PTI AG AD