Rajasthan and Gujarat were hit with heat wave conditions for quite sometime, before dust storms and thundershowers brought down the temperatures over the region on May,19th.
The cyclonic circulations over the regions of North Rajasthan and adjoining Haryana region, led to the change in the pattern of wind movement. Hot and dry north-westerly winds were replaced by cool south-westerlies. As a result, there has been a drop in maximum temperature across Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Bikaner received 14.4 mm of rainfall, accompanied by hailstorm. Churu also recorded 10.4 mm of rain and Pilani 11.7 mm. The thunderstorms lead to the cooling of the temperatures in the region.
In complete opposite to this, due to the changed wind patterns, Temperatures are shooting up in the eastern parts of Rajasthan during the afternoon hours. The Heat wave has shifted to now to Madhya pradesh to Vidharbha. Temperatures are likely to increase in Telangana and Maharashtra as well, the Sky Met Weather reports.
High humidity temperatures are expected in the shifted regions of the heat wave. Presently temperatures are recorded as high as 48C in Telangana and other places. On the other side Meteorological department of India has predicted the Monsoon winds to hit Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on June 6th.