IMD Weather Updates and Rain Alert: According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, it has rained in many parts of the country. Due to Western Disturbance, rains in many parts including Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh have provided relief to the people from the heat.
Apart from this, snowfall has also occurred in some parts of the hilly states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. However, this rain has increased the concern of the farmers. The IMD has advised farmers to postpone harvesting of mustard crop in Punjab and Haryana for the time being. Along with this, farmers in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh have also been asked to stop harvesting wheat and pulses crops.
The IMD has asked farmers to stop harvesting mustard till the rains stop in Punjab and Haryana. If the crop has already been harvested, store it in safe places to avoid damage. Also stop irrigation of wheat crops.” The Meteorological Department has installed ‘hail nets’ to protect apple, pear, plum and peach orchards in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand as well as fruit orchards in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. use is advised.
It will rain in these states now, the Meteorological Department says that Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, West Bengal and Jharkhand may receive heavy rains with thunderstorms for the next four days. Is. Along with this, there are chances of rain in Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Weather patterns changed in UP, heavy rains accompanied by strong winds The weather of entire Uttar Pradesh including Lucknow has changed due to the combination of western disturbances from Iran and east-west winds. The movement of clouds had started since morning on Thursday.
As soon as the evening started, it started drizzling at many places. The weather could get worse on Friday. In central and eastern Uttar Pradesh including Lucknow, there may be showers with seven thunders of clouds. On the other hand, there may be heavy rain in North-Western Uttar Pradesh apart from clouds.
There will also be a drop in temperature. The weather had started taking a turn on Thursday morning itself. The movement of clouds had started around 12 noon. The day’s temperature came from 35 to 33 degrees. In the evening, the speed of the winds also increased and it started drizzling. Around seven o’clock in the evening, somewhere there was heavy and somewhere there was a slow drizzle.
Five days alert
Last week, the Western Disturbance formed over Iran turned towards India via Afghanistan and Pakistan.Its effect was visible in Uttar Pradesh two days ago.At this time, meeting of eastern and western winds is also taking place.These factors have changed the weather of Lucknow and surrounding districts.The Lucknow Meteorological Department has issued an alert for the movement of clouds, strong heat and lightening for the next five days.
Rain with strong storm in Jharkhand too
Many areas of Jharkhand including Ranchi received rain with strong storm on Thursday afternoon. During this, dozens of trees fell at different places. As a precaution, electricity was cut at many places after the tree fell. After the rain and storm stopped, the power supply started again. During this, lightning also occurred at many places.
However, no loss of life or property has been reported from anywhere. In Ranchi too, wind gusts of 30-40 kmph accompanied heavy rain. During this, a figure of 19.4 mm of rain was recorded in Ranchi. After the rains, there was a change in the weather and the temperature dropped. Due to which light cold wind started blowing in the evening. Ranchi recorded a maximum temperature of 32 degree Celsius during the day time. At the same time, the minimum temperature was recorded up to 18 degree Celsius.
Rain and hailstorm in some parts of Rajasthan
Due to the effect of Western Disturbance, rain and hailstorm occurred in some parts of Rajasthan on Thursday. According to the Meteorological Department, areas around Jaipur Rural, Sikar, Alwar received light to moderate rain with strong winds in the evening and hailstorm at isolated places.
According to Radheshyam Sharma, director of the Jaipur Meteorological Center, there is a strong possibility of light to moderate rain in some parts, sudden strong winds and hailstorm at some places along with thunderstorms in the state for the next one week. The Meteorological Department has suggested the farmers to harvest their prepared mustard, gram, cumin and other rabi crops and store them safely.