IMD issues heavy rain alert; Warning for next 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh (PC: Newstrack)
New Delhi: Due to the changing mood of the weather, people across the country keep giving relief from the heat and humidity. In such a situation, the weather is now in a mood to give relief to the people. The Indian Meteorological Department has warned of severe rains in all areas of the country including eastern Uttar Pradesh for the next 5 days.
Also, the weather agency Skymet has also said that due to the formation of low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal, a new monsoon wind can move during the next 24 hours.
Monsoon is late for 15-16 days:
The rain of the weather made people very happy this year, and there was devastation somewhere. In such a situation, the monsoon is expected to return 15-20 days late than its expected time. The process of rain will continue for 4-5 days.
Rain alert in North India:
According to Dr. SN Pandey, meteorological scientist of local Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, a low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal has developed along with a cyclonic circulation near it. Is also made up.
Also, according to the Meteorological Department, this system could be more effective in the next 24 hours. In addition, a cyclonic circulation has developed over Jammu and Kashmir. It is being seen after a long time. Meanwhile, a cyclonic circulation is also seen over northern Afghanistan. Which will affect various areas in North India.
Talking about the capital Delhi, it is expected to be partly cloudy here. The minimum temperature was recorded at 28 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature will be around 37 ° C.
The Meteorological Center has said that the sky will be cloudy today in Guwahati. Normal rainfall is expected here on Monday. The minimum temperature was recorded at 26 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature would be 33 degrees Celsius.
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