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Lucknow: Overnight heavy rainfalls left the Uttar Pradesh capital inundated and waterlogged at many places on Monday due to which normal life was disrupted. Heavy rains lashed the city and neighbouring regions for the third consecutive day. It had rained the whole day on Sunday. The MeT recorded 55.4 mm of rain here in the past …

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh capital and many nearby areas woke up to heavy rains on Saturday, bringing some respite from the humid weather. The Met Office said that rains would continue with higher intensity at some places till Sunday morning. Met director J.P. Gupta said that it would remain overcast in the city through the day …

The maximum temperature in Lucknow on Tuesday was 35.3 degrees Celsius, which was five degrees less than normal, and the night temperature also plummeted to 28.4 degrees Celsius

However, the experimental forecast based on one of the models -- Monsoon Mission Coupled Forecasting System (MMCFS)-- suggests that the monsoon rainfall during 2017 would average 100 per cent over the country as a whole and was likely to be with an error estimation of plus-minus five per cent

Lucknow: The mercury dipped a few notches on Monday after heavy rains lashed the Uttar Pradesh capital and many parts of the state, the weather office said. A strong dust storm also hit the city around midnight. But with respite on the weather front came many problems as well as many trees were uprooted, leading …

Further explaining about why it is being called the normal monsoon, the Director General said, “Anything between 96 and 104 per cent of the Long Period Average is considered as ‘normal’. Anything under 96 per cent is considered as ‘below normal’ and 104-110 per cent of the LPA as ‘above normal’

Airport official said,"Over 100 flights were hit by inclement weather in the early morning hours as dense fog engulfed the national capital." They further stated that implementation of low visibility procedure had helped them in carrying out flight operations in

Lucknow: After creating havoc in Delhi and NCR, the deadly smog has hit Uttar Pradesh spreading its cover on the state capital since Sunday . Sensing urgency, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav promptly issued instructions to UP State Pollution Control Board and Environment department to take stock of the situation scientifically and find out the …