The weather in UP is constantly changing. The people of UP are worried. And the question is, when will it rain in UP. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no possibility of rain in most of the districts of UP including the capital Lucknow. In such a situation, people are also facing the brunt of the humidity along with the heat. But meteorologists have predicted that on September 10 and September 11, there will be cloudy sky in Lucknow and adjoining districts. The tug of war between the sun and the clouds will go on. But from September 12 to September 16, there will be continuous rain for about five days. Strong wind will also blow. And there is also an alert of falling celestial lightning. According to the IMD, after receiving very little rain in August, the monsoon activities in Delhi and neighboring areas have remained weak so far in September. There is no chance of rain for the next five days.
How will the weather today in Uttar Pradesh How will the weather today in Uttar Pradesh Whether it is eastern UP on Saturday in UP, there is less chance of western rain. But it may rain at some places. In the capital Lucknow today, the minimum temperature on Friday was 26 degrees and the maximum temperature was 33 degrees. It rained once or twice in the capital Lucknow, but soon it stopped. On the other hand, the minimum temperature in Ghaziabad today was 27 degrees and the maximum temperature was 37 degrees.
Monsoon 2022 may end 15 days in advance
Monsoon 2022 lasts till September but this time there is a possibility that, Monsoon 2022 may bid farewell fifteen days earlier. Dr SN Pandey, a meteorologist of Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, says that due to climate change, the monsoon has been affected. Monsoon has weakened over North India. This is the reason that since the beginning of September, the process of rain has broken. On the other hand, the temperature has increased by three degrees in the last one week.
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