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Tauktae Cyclone impact in UP: Heavy rain with hail storm in many cities; IMD issues red alert

There is a possibility of rains with strong winds in many districts of the state on 18 and 19 May.

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Published on 17 May 2021 4:41 AM GMT

Tauktae Cyclone impact in UP: Heavy rain with hail storm in many cities; IMD issues red alert
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Uttar Pradesh will also be affected by the cyclonic storms which rose from the Arabian Sea. There is a possibility of rains with strong winds in many districts of the state on 18 and 19 May. There is also a possibility of hailstorm falling in many parts of West UP. During this time the wind speed will be around 40 km per hour. The meteorological department has issued an alert regarding this.

Changes in weather:

Changes in the weather will be seen from Monday evening. CSA meteorologist said that the temperature will increase during daytime on Monday but the weather will be pleasant from evening. Scientists of the University have issued an alert to the farmers.

According to private agency Skymet Weather, the storm on May 18 is expected to make landfall along the Gujarat coast. After this, this storm will weaken, but it will have a gradual effect. According to the agency, thunderstorm and rain are expected in Northwest India on May 18-19. Moderate to heavy rains are expected in Delhi, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand due to the impact of the storm.

Chances of rain 60-70 mm

According to meteorologist Dr. N. Subhash, there will be light rain on May 18, while on May 19, there are chances of 60-70 mm rainfall in many districts. According to Dr. N. Subhash, farmers can take advantage of this rain by collecting water in the field. However, water could not be collected in vegetable fields. Dr. Subhash has attributed the western disturbance behind the rain.

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