UP Weather: Clouds will break and rain in 3 hours, Western Disturbance becomes active, warning issued in 21 districts
The Meteorological Department has released a latest weather report on Monday afternoon, in which it was told that there is a possibility of rain with thunder in some parts of the state late evening today. Lightning may also fall at some places. The department has issued an alert regarding this.
The Kalamkar News, UP Mausam Update Today: The Meteorological Department has released a latest weather report on Monday afternoon, in which it has been said that there is a possibility of rain with thunder in some parts of the state late evening today. Lightning may also fall at some places. The department has issued an alert regarding this.
Releasing the latest weather report, IMD Lucknow said that there have been major changes in the weather of the state in the last 24 hours.
The weather in the state had remained dry for the last few days. Meanwhile, yesterday the weather suddenly took a turn and dark clouds appeared in the sky.
Good rain was also recorded at some places. In the last 24 hours, the maximum increase in day temperature was recorded in Jhansi and Meerut divisions. Whereas, Shahjahanpur district remained the coldest district of the state.
The minimum temperature in Shahjahanpur yesterday i.e. on Sunday was 8.8 degrees. At the same time, regarding the weather of today i.e. Monday, the department said in its afternoon update that a new western disturbance became active late on Sunday evening, due to which the weather of the state has changed since late yesterday evening. And even today the effect of this western disturbance will be seen on the weather of the state.
Today, in the next 3 hours, there will be rain and thundershowers in some districts of the eastern parts of the state and in most of the western districts.
Lightning may also fall at some places. Regarding this, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert in 21 districts of the state.
Fog came again on Sunday morning. Due to this the sun did not shine for the second consecutive day.
Due to reduced visibility on the roads due to fog, drivers had to turn on fog lights and move their vehicles slowly. During this period, the chill in the atmosphere has increased due to light breeze.
Senior scientist of the Government Agricultural Science Centre, Dr. Shailendra Singh Dhaka, quoting the Meteorological Department of the University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, informed that the minimum temperature of 7.8 degrees Celsius was recorded in the Terai district on Saturday night.