Farmers are happy about the rain before the monsoon

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Baliya. The rain showers before the monsoon have been intermittent since Friday evening. Farmers are happy to see this. On the other hand, people had problems with mud due to rain on many city streets. In addition, people in many areas had to struggle with waterlogging. The Meteorological Department has described it as pre-monsoon rain and has voiced the possibility of knocking in east Uttar Pradesh for the next 24 hours. In the midst of the falling humidity for days, the weather suddenly changed on Friday evening and it started to rain. On Saturday it also rained intermittently throughout the day. As a result, water pooled on the mud and made potholes on many streets of the city, causing problems for people. Although this rain is considered beneficial for agriculture. After the rain, the rice farmers are especially happy. On behalf of the Department of Agriculture, arrangements were made in all blockgodowns to provide the farmers with seeds, etc.
Sikanderpur: After the rain on Saturday afternoon when the weather became quite pleasant. At the same time, people had many problems moving around due to waterlogging in many parts of the city. Heavy rains have made many parts of the city pretty hellish. The condition of the road from Jalalipur to the police station has become very bad. The situation was already very bad due to the ongoing construction of the canal. The rain made the situation worse. Due to waterlogging on the road to the hospital, patients also have great difficulty coming and going. At the same time, water was installed in front of the Tehsil Gate. Fortunately, the Tehsil had a public holiday on the second Saturday of the month, otherwise the complainants would face many difficulties.
Monsoons could be knocking in the east of UP today
No The southwest monsoon reached Bihar on Saturday and after covering all of Bihar for the next 24 hours, there is a strong possibility that the monsoon will knock in East Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. While the monsoons have invaded the district and light rain is also happening. Meteorological Center Director Patna Vivek Sinha said the southwest monsoon entered Bihar on Saturday and conditions are favorable for the monsoon to cover all of Bihar for the next 24 hours. This year, the monsoon arrived in Bihar a day before its normal time on June 13th. While the normal monsoon date in Patna is June 16. During the past 15 years, Bihar reached the first monsoon on June 8, 2008. After that, the monsoons didn’t keep knocking until after July 20, but this year the record for the past 13 years was broken. The monsoons knocked in Bihar a day before its time. The Patna Meteorological Department has forecast that this June there may be more rain than normal.
Monsoon can arrive in the district until 10 p.m.: Dr. Pathak
Baliya. Dr. Ganesh Pathak, former school principal and astronomer at Amarnath Mishra Postgraduate College in Dubechpara, said Saturday that the arrival of clouds and rain before the monsoons usually occurs seven to nine days before the monsoons begin. Viewed from this perspective, the change in weather due to local disturbances from about five days ago has changed the cloud cover and the rain in the humid area, and now the arrival of the east wind is accompanied by gusts, which means that the dense clouds also cover the whole sky and the rain started with showers. He said that all of these symptoms, when seen, are a sign that clouds and rain are coming before the monsoons called premonsoon rains. If this sequence continues and the easterly wind speed remains intact, there may also be pre-monsoon showers with easterly winds in the district.

Baliya. The rain showers before the monsoon have been intermittent since Friday evening. Farmers are happy to see this. On the other hand, people had problems with mud due to rain on many city streets. In addition, people in many areas had to struggle with waterlogging. The Meteorological Department has described it as pre-monsoon rain and has voiced the possibility of knocking in east Uttar Pradesh for the next 24 hours. In the midst of the falling humidity for days, the weather suddenly changed on Friday evening and it started to rain. On Saturday it also rained intermittently throughout the day. As a result, water pooled on the mud and made potholes on many streets of the city, causing problems for people. Although this rain is considered beneficial for agriculture. After the rain, the rice farmers are especially happy. On behalf of the Department of Agriculture, arrangements were made in all blockgodowns to provide the farmers with seeds, etc.

Sikanderpur: After the rain on Saturday afternoon when the weather became quite pleasant. At the same time, people had many problems moving around due to waterlogging in many places in the city. Heavy rains have made many parts of the city pretty hellish. The condition of the road from Jalalipur to the police station has become very bad. The situation was already very bad due to the ongoing construction of the canal. The rain made the situation worse. Due to waterlogging on the road to the hospital, patients also have great difficulty coming and going. At the same time, water was installed in front of the Tehsil Gate. Fortunately, the Tehsil had a public holiday on the second Saturday of the month, otherwise the complainants would face many difficulties.

Monsoons could be knocking in the east of UP today

No The southwest monsoon reached Bihar on Saturday and after covering all of Bihar for the next 24 hours, there is a strong possibility that the monsoon will knock in East Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. While the monsoons have invaded the district and light rain is also happening. Meteorological Center Director Patna Vivek Sinha said the southwest monsoon entered Bihar on Saturday and conditions are favorable for the monsoon to cover all of Bihar for the next 24 hours. This year, the monsoon arrived in Bihar a day before its normal time on June 13th. While the normal monsoon date in Patna is June 16. During the past 15 years, Bihar reached the first monsoon on June 8, 2008. After that, the monsoons only continued to knock after July 20, but this year the record of the past 13 years was broken. The monsoons knocked in Bihar a day before its time. The Patna Meteorological Department has forecast that this June there may be more rain than normal.

Monsoon can arrive in the district until 10 p.m.: Dr. Pathak

Baliya. Dr. Ganesh Pathak, former school principal and astronomer at Amarnath Mishra Postgraduate College in Dubechpara, said Saturday that the arrival of clouds and rain before the monsoons usually occurs seven to nine days before the monsoons begin. Viewed from this perspective, the change in weather due to local disturbances from about five days ago has changed the cloud cover and the rain in the humid area, and now the arrival of the east wind is accompanied by gusts, which means that the dense clouds also cover the whole sky and the rain started with showers. He said that all of these symptoms, when seen, are a sign that clouds and rain are coming before the monsoons called premonsoon rains. If this sequence continues and the easterly wind speed remains intact, there may also be pre-monsoon showers with easterly winds in the district.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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