Rain Brought Relief From The Scorching Heat In Kedarnath, Know The Weather Condition | Uttarakhand Weather Update: Relief from heat in Uttarakhand due to rain in Kedarnath, know

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Uttarakhand Weather Update: There is a possibility of getting relief from the scorching heat in Uttarakhand. Since 6 o’clock in the morning, there was sunshine in many areas including the capital Dehradun. In the afternoon, the weather took a turn in Kedarnath and it started raining. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in the mountainous areas on Wednesday. Due to which some relief is also expected from the heat falling in the plains.

According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain with thunder in the mountainous areas on Wednesday. Whereas, in the plains, thunderstorms can occur at a speed of 60 to 70 kmph. On the other hand, there is a warning of heavy rain in Kumaon on Thursday and Friday and there may be rain with strong winds in the plains too.

Light clouds in Haridwar district for the next four to five days

The citizens of Haridwar district will get relief from the scorching heat from June 16. According to meteorologists, there is a forecast of light to moderate cloud cover and rain in the district from June 16 to 19. Light to moderate cloudy weather will prevail in Haridwar district for the next four-five days. At the same time, from June 16 to 19, there is a forecast of one mm, 12 mm, five mm and two mm of rain respectively.

On June 16, there is a possibility of thunderstorms, thunderstorms and thunderstorms at some places. On June 17, strong wind will blow at a speed of 40-50 kmph in some places. On the other hand, Roorkee will also see light to moderate clouds. Also, 2.8 mm of rain is expected on June 16, 16.8 mm on June 17, 5.4 mm on June 18 and 2.2 mm on June 19.

Farmers should not spray pesticides on crops

According to Dr. Arvind Kumar Srivastava, Technical Officer of Rural Agricultural Weather Service Project, run in the Department of Water Resources Development and Management of Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, farmers in view of the possibility of light to moderate rains for the next two-three days, farmers will be able to grow crops standing in the fields during this period. Avoid spraying insecticidal chemicals.

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