Eastern Rajasthan is expected to get one last set of showers in the current week of October, as this years Monsoon bids farewell to the region. Rain is expected in Ajmer,Bharatpur, Jaipur, Kota and Udaipur sectors as per the state Met Office in Jaipur.
“This is going to be the last spell in the extended version of the monsoon.” - Radhe Shyam Sharma, Director, Met Office, Jaipur
Due to Super Cyclone Noru's circulation over the Bay of Bengal, the Southwest Monsoon's departure from the nation is expected to be delayed. It may rain as a result in some areas of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, East Rajasthan, Delhi, and Haryana. Rajasthan has experienced 37% more rainfall this year than it typically does. Some parts of the state are to expect winters to set in within the next two weeks.
The south west monsoon will continue to cause rain in some areas of the state in October, when the winter season generally begins, for the first time in the past seven years. The subsequent precipitation is referred to as "post monsoon" rainfall. Although the IMD regards September 30 as the last day of monsoon rain over India, the monsoon withdrawal is a drawn-out process that will last until mid-October.