Cold conditions continued unabated in desert state Rajasthan where flight operations and trains services were hit due to dense fog which also threw normal life out of gear.
Hot weather conditions persisted in north-west Rajasthan, where Ganganagar sizzled at 41.2 degrees Celsius even as light showers were experienced at several places in the state.
Northerly cold waves sweeping across Rajasthan for the last one week abated giving a mild respite to people, though Mount Abu was still the coldest city.
Fog on Saturday enveloped many parts of Rajasthan where mercury dipped further even as Mount Abu was the coldest place in the desert state recording a minimum temperature of 1 degree Celsius.
Overnight rains lashed parts of Rajasthan throwing life out of gear for locals even as Mount Abu recorded the coldest in the state at 3.6 degrees Celsius.
Light to moderate rainfall lashed several parts of Rajasthan with Pilani recording a maximum of 46.6 mm rains.
Cold and dry conditions prevailed across Rajasthan on Monday with Vanasthali recording the lowest temperature in the state at 2.1 degrees Celsius.
Light rains brought the mercury down by a few notches in Rajasthan where Sriganganagar was the coldest place at 2.7 degrees Celsius.
People in parts of Rajasthan have received respite from shivering cold with rise in night temperatures by few degrees.
Mercury continued to dip in parts of Rajasthan as Churu in Pilani remained the coldest place in the state recording a night temperature of 3.9 degree Celsius followed by Pilani at 5.4 degrees.
Several parts of Rajasthan received light to moderate rainfall during the past 24 hours.
Mercury soared in desert state of Rajasthan with Sriganganagar recording 47.4 degree Celsius followed by Churu at 47.2 degrees.
Chill on Saturday continued in Rajasthan with Churu at minimum 3.1 degrees Celsius being the coldest place in the state.
Mercury increased marginally in parts of Rajasthan providing much needed respite from cold conditions.
Pilani and Jaisalmer recorded a low of 4.7 deg C and 6.4 deg C respectively, while `Pink City` Jaipur recorded a minimum of 9.9 deg C.
People in Rajasthan experienced a warm night with temperatures in the desert state increasing marginally.
There was a slight respite for people in Rajasthan as night temperatures increased marginally across the desert state.
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