Lucknow, June 25: With the knocking of monsoon, its effect is being seen in the state’s weather. The southwest monsoon has reached most parts of the state of Uttar Pradesh. Due to this, the capital Lucknow and surrounding areas received heavy or intermittent rain on Thursday resulting in the weather turned pleasant.
According to meteorologists, this time the monsoon will be good. The department has predicted good rains in the state for a week. Flood-like situations may occur at some places in the Terai areas (lowland region in northern India) of the state.
According to JP Gupta, director of the zonal meteorological center, the monsoon reached the capital on Wednesday after a week’s break on June 15 this year. Monsoon moves are normal and it will continue raining in the state for the next few days. Heavy rains are also expected at some places.
During the infection period of Corona, this time the heat of the summer has remained loose. At the same time, with the knocking of monsoon, mercury may fall in the coming days too.
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain in Kanpur, Farrukhabad, Hardoi, Sitapur, Barabanki, Gonda, Bahraich, Shravasti, Gorakhpur, Azamgarh, Pratapgarh, Sant Ravidas Nagar, Varanasi and Mirzapur districts and surrounding areas.
At the same time, eastern Uttar Pradesh has seen good rainfall during this monsoon season. The eastern regions of the state recorded 96 percent more rainfall than normal from June 1 to June 25.
At the same time, western Uttar Pradesh has received 34 percent less rainfall than normal.
According to meteorologists, heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected in eastern and central districts today and tomorrow. After this, on June 27th and 28th, moderate rains are expected in almost all the districts of the state.
However, heavy rains may also occur in some parts. From June 29, there will be less rain activity. However, light to moderate rain will continue in many places. Especially in the eastern and central districts, continuous monsoon activity can be seen.
Meteorologists have advised farmers to stop reactions to irrigation and sprinkles in view of rain.
In eastern Uttar Pradesh, the farmer has been asked to make drains etc. in the fields, so that excessive accumulation of water can be removed in case of heavy rains.
Meanwhile, in Deoria and Kushinagar, eight people died while seven people were burnt due to lightning.