According to Met authorities, Rajasthan's eastern regions had isolated heavy downpours during the previous 24 hours, while other portions of the state experienced scattered mild to moderate downpours.
Hailstorms were also seen by Tonk, Bundi, and Nagaur, they said.
A disturbance in the west caused the rain to start. The maximum rainfall was recorded in Shahpura in Bhilwara (7 cm), followed by Neemrana in Alwar (6 cm), and Khetri in Jhunjhunu (5 cm) during the 24-hour period that ended early on Monday.
During this time, several other locations recorded rainfall that was less than 5 cm.
Following the emergence of a new western disturbance, the rainfall activity will intensify further starting on Tuesday. This week, the state is anticipated to have similar weather, according to the government.