Relf From Heat – Pleasant weather with cold wind, relief from heat

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Amroha. People who suffered from constant heat and humidity felt relieved after Wednesday’s cold wind. The weather has become pleasant with clouds in the sky. The streets and markets have brightened after the relief from the heat.
On June 19, it rained heavily in the district. Two rainy days had broken the record of the past five years. About 55 mm of rain had fallen in two days. Given the changing mood of the weather, it seemed like the monsoons had knocked, but after that Badra got angry. The sun god breathes fire. Heat and humidity made people unhappy. The weather mood changed again on Wednesday. Clouds have been gathering in the sky since morning. A cold wind began to blow. It was cloudy all day. The sun god seemed to be playing in the clouds. The cold winds relieved the heat, but it didn’t rain. Farmers hoped the monsoons would return on Wednesday and the crops would be saved from drying out, but it did not rain. Farmers say the rice transplant is underway. Rain is very important for this. The rice field has to be watered by tube wells. District Agriculture Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said rain was possible within the next 24 hours.

Amroha. People who suffered from constant heat and humidity felt relieved after Wednesday’s cold wind. The weather has become pleasant with clouds in the sky. The streets and markets have brightened after the relief from the heat.

On June 19, it rained heavily in the district. Two rainy days had broken the record of the past five years. About 55 mm of rain had fallen in two days. Given the changing mood of the weather, it seemed like the monsoons had knocked, but after that Badra got angry. The sun god breathes fire. Heat and humidity made people unhappy. The weather mood changed again on Wednesday. Clouds have been gathering in the sky since morning. A cold wind began to blow. It was cloudy all day. The sun god seemed to be playing in the clouds. The cold winds relieved the heat, but it didn’t rain. Farmers hoped the monsoons would return on Wednesday and the crops would be saved from drying out, but it did not rain. Farmers say the work of transplanting rice is under way. Rain is very important for this. The rice field has to be supplied with water from pipe wells. District Agriculture Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said rain could be expected within the next 24 hours.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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