Fields and roads flooded with torrential rain

Rainwater filled on the road in the village of Rahimpur on the road from Bijnor to Rawali.
– Photo: BIJNOR

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Fields and roads flooded with torrential rain
Nagina / Bijnor. Due to the torrential rain since Sunday morning, the streets were flooded with water from the fields. The rain also made the weather pleasant and people could relax from the heat. According to meteorologists, there is a possibility of a similar drizzle for two days. When it rains, the rice plant benefits more. The district received 20.6 mm of rain.
On Saturday it rained 60mm across the district, but in the afternoon the weather had opened. During the day the sky became cloudy again. From midnight it started raining again. It rained continuously for about ten hours. It didn’t rain much, but continued drizzle on the second day flooded the roads to the fields with water. At that time the farmers were busy irrigating plants such as sugar cane, fodder, etc. In addition, a tree nursery was set up for sowing rice fields. Its watering is also carried out from time to time. The rains initially covered the plants’ need for irrigation for several days. In the Khadar area, too, the fields were filled with water.
The farmers Vinay, Jasram Singh etc. say that it rained in an emergency. The temperature has also dropped due to rain for two consecutive days. Until two days ago the temperature was over 34 degrees Celsius, now it’s around 27 degrees Celsius. Satish Kumar, an observer at the Nagina Meteorological Observatory, said the monsoons hit the district in the last week of June or the first week of July. There is no pre-monsoon rain yet. It can rain on Monday too.

Vehicles lighting lights in Bijnor when it rains.– Photo: BIJNOR

Scooty drivers soaked in the rain in Bijnor.

Scooty drivers soaked in the rain in Bijnor.– Photo: BIJNOR

Fields and roads flooded with torrential rain

Nagina / Bijnor. Due to the torrential rain since Sunday morning, the streets were flooded with water from the fields. The rain also made the weather pleasant and people could relax from the heat. According to meteorologists, there is a possibility of a similar drizzle for two days. When it rains, the rice plant benefits more. The district received 20.6 mm of rain.

On Saturday it rained 60mm across the district, but in the afternoon the weather had opened. During the day the sky became cloudy again. From midnight it started raining again. It rained continuously for about ten hours. It didn’t rain much, but continued drizzle on the second day flooded the roads to the fields with water. At that time, the farmers were busy irrigating plants such as sugar cane, fodder, etc. In addition, a tree nursery was set up for sowing rice fields. Its watering is also carried out from time to time. The rains initially covered the plants’ need for irrigation for several days. In the Khadar area, too, the fields were filled with water.

The farmers Vinay, Jasram Singh etc. say that it rained in an emergency. The temperature has also dropped due to rain for two consecutive days. Until two days ago the temperature was over 34 degrees Celsius, now it’s around 27 degrees Celsius. Satish Kumar, an observer at the Nagina Meteorological Observatory, said the monsoons hit the district in the last week of June or the first week of July. There is no pre-monsoon rain yet. It can rain on Monday too.

Vehicles lighting lights in Bijnor when it rains.

Vehicles lighting lights in Bijnor when it rains.– Photo: BIJNOR

Scooty drivers soaked in the rain in Bijnor.

Scooty drivers soaked in the rain in Bijnor.– Photo: BIJNOR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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