Jaipur, Dec 1: Low to moderate rainfall was today recorded in parts of east Rajasthan though temperatures at most places in the state rose due to cloudy weather conditions.
Alwar, Bharatpur, and Dholpur districts received 1 to 20 mm of rainfall as a result of a sudden change in upper air cyclonic system, a MeT report said.
The state is likely to receive more rainfall as a fresh Western Disturbance from Jammu and Kashmir will hit it by December 4, it said.
Meanwhile, fog disrupted normal life in Bikaner division covering Hanumangarh, Sriganganagar and Churu districts.
Temperature rose by one to five degrees Celsius at most places in the state amid cloudy weather conditions.
The hill station of Mount Abu recorded the lowest temperature of 8 degrees Celsius last night.
Churu recorded minimum temperature of 9.5 degrees Celsius followed by Sikar 10, Sriganganagar and Bikaner 10.2 degrees Celsius each.
In Jaipur, mercury shot up from 11.2 to 17.1 degrees last night. Elsewhere, the minimum temperature varied between 11 and 20.5 degrees Celsius.