The people of Sikar woke up to cloudy skies and an increase in temperature on the second consecutive day today, thanks to the effect of an active Western Disturbance in North India. Fatehpur in Sikar recorded a minimum temperature of 17 degrees Celsius, which is a five-degree increase from the previous day. According to weather experts, fluctuations in temperature can be expected in the next two to three days due to the impact of the Western Disturbance.
On Tuesday, Sikar had recorded a minimum temperature of 12.8 degrees Celsius and a maximum temperature of 34.5 degrees Celsius. Today, the Jaipur Meteorological Centre has predicted a possibility of light rain in many areas of Jaipur and Bharatpur divisions, including Sikar. The effects of the Western Disturbance can lead to rainfall accompanied by winds in the region.
Weather experts also suggest that a new Western Disturbance is likely to become active in the Himalayan region from March 4, indicating potential changes in the weather across Rajasthan. As a result, it is crucial for residents of the region to stay informed and be prepared for any possible weather conditions.
It is important to note that Western Disturbances are weather patterns that originate in the Mediterranean and move eastwards towards South Asia. These disturbances are responsible for winter rainfall and snowfall in India and can lead to drastic changes in temperature and weather conditions in the affected regions.
In conclusion, with the impact of an active Western Disturbance in North India, the possibility of light rain and winds in Sikar and the surrounding regions cannot be ruled out. It is essential to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to stay safe during any potential weather changes.