Prayagraj: The humidity has increased due to the rising temperature, now the cyclone effect of Yas will rain

The scorching summer heat increases daily by an average of three degrees Celsius due to the arrival of the sun. The humidity has caused siege problems due to the rise in temperature. For four days the temperature is in ascending order and the humidity is unbalanced. Meteorologists predict that the active cyclone Yas in the Bay of Bengal will have stormy effects. North India will not be left untouched, its threat will go to Delhi. It will be cloudy on May 26th, and thunderstorms, thunderstorms and thunderstorms are expected from May 27th to 30th.

The strong sun on Sunday caused problems all day. Meanwhile, people were disturbed by the sticky heat as the winds dominated the humidity. The maximum temperature on the fourth day was 38.6 degrees Celsius in ascending order. The minimum temperature was measured at 26.4 degrees Celsius. The humidity was a maximum of 90 percent and at least 42 percent.
According to meteorologist Professor HN Mishra, the dominance of humidity is a sign that the weather will reverse when the unbalanced humidity level rises to the highest level. He said that cyclone Yas in the Bay of Bengal will hit northern India in a stormy manner. Heavy thunderstorms, thunderstorms and heavy rains all help to lower the elevated temperature. He said the cyclone has become active around the Bay of Bengal. It will take effect there on the 26th. On the 26th there will be cloud movements in Prayagraj. There is a possibility of thunderstorms and rain from 27-30. Must be careful.The temperature rises like this
From -20. May-30.3. —– 23.8
Date – May 21 – 33.3 —— 23.6
Date – 22 May – 36.3 —— 24.8
From May 23rd -38.6 —— April 26th

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The scorching summer heat increases daily by an average of three degrees Celsius due to the arrival of the sun. The humidity has caused siege problems due to the rise in temperature. For four days the temperature is in ascending order and the humidity is unbalanced. Meteorologists predict that the active cyclone Yas in the Bay of Bengal will have stormy effects. North India will not be left untouched, its threat will go to Delhi. It will be cloudy on May 26th, and thunderstorms, thunderstorms and thunderstorms are expected from May 27th to 30th.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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