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Heavy rain in the Thoothibari area brought relief from the humid heat.
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Rain somewhere fast and a little slow, the humidity persists
Maharajganj. On Wednesday morning there was light sunshine in the urban and rural areas, in the afternoon it was cloudy. In the afternoon the weather changed and it rained slowly or heavily. The rain has increased the humidity in most places.
In the past few days it has been slow at times and strong sunlight came out at times. This increased the temperature level. It was also sunny on Wednesday morning. The sun rose during the day and the temperature rose around noon. After about 1 p.m. there was a change in weather in various areas of the district and there was a change in the weather. Along with the city, there were intermittent slow rains in Paratawal, Paniyara, Ghughli, Siswa, Farenda, Dhani and Brijmanganj. Because of this, the temperature rose. Heavy rains in the Indian-Nepalese border area such as Thoothibari and Nautanwan etc. freed the common man from the moisture. Gaurav, who lives in Shastri Nagar, said the humidity increased the difficulty. Jitendra from Nautanwa said there was some relief from the humid heat due to the heavy rains. Meteorologist Kailash Pandey said rain was possible in the district on Thursday.
two burned by lightning
Burgdava. Two people were burned by lightning in two places in the police station. Shahnaz, 12, a resident of Bargadwa, was scorched by lightning Wednesday afternoon. The family members had the burned girl treated by a private doctor.
Shehnaz, the daughter of Jalaluddin, who lives in Bargadwa, planted rice fields in Siwan in the village of Chakrar. Lightning fell during the afternoon rain. The girl partially burned from her grip. In the second incident, Suresh, 40, a resident of Mangalapur Tola Mohanapur village who was growing rice, was severely burned by lightning. The family has her treated at the Nichlaul CHC. Villagers used cell phones to provide information about the incident to Finance Inspector Shivshankar Choubey, Halka Lekhpal Subhash Gupta and Halka Lekhpal Sunil Verma of Mangalapur.

Rain somewhere fast and a little slow, the humidity persists

Maharajganj. On Wednesday morning there was light sunshine in the urban and rural areas, in the afternoon it was cloudy. In the afternoon the weather changed and it rained slowly or heavily. The rain has increased the humidity in most places.

In the last few days it has been slow at times and sunny at times. This increased the temperature level. It was also sunny on Wednesday morning. The sun rose during the day and the temperature rose around noon. After about 1 p.m., the weather changed in various areas of the district and the weather changed. Along with the city, there were intermittent slow rains in Paratawal, Paniyara, Ghughli, Siswa, Farenda, Dhani and Brijmanganj. Because of this, the temperature rose. Heavy rains in the Indian-Nepalese border area such as Thoothibari and Nautanwan etc. freed the common man from the moisture. Gaurav, who lives in Shastri Nagar, said the humidity increased the difficulty. Jitendra from Nautanwa said there had been some relief from the humid heat due to the heavy rains. Meteorologist Kailash Pandey said rain was possible in the district on Thursday.

two burned by lightning

Burgdava. Two people were burned by lightning in two places in the police station. Shahnaz, 12, a resident of Bargadwa, was scorched by lightning Wednesday afternoon. The family members had the burned girl treated by a private doctor.

Shehnaz, the daughter of Jalaluddin, who lives in Bargadwa, planted rice fields in Siwan in the village of Chakrar. Lightning fell during the afternoon rain. The girl partially burned from her grip. In the second incident, Suresh, 40, a resident of Mangalapur Tola Mohanapur village who was growing rice, was severely burned by lightning. The family has her treated at the Nichlaul CHC. Villagers used cell phones to provide information about the incident to Finance Inspector Shivshankar Choubey, Halka Lekhpal Subhash Gupta and Halka Lekhpal Sunil Verma of Mangalapur.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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