Sometimes Sunny, Sometimes Rainy, Changing Weather

Waterlogging in Ashok Vihar Colony. – Photo : SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur. The mood of the weather kept changing frequently on Sunday. Sometimes it was sunny and sometimes it rained. It rained heavily in the afternoon on the side of the old city, due to which water-logging in many areas disturbed the people. On Sunday it was sunny from morning till noon. The sky was also clear, but after that suddenly the weather changed. The sky was cloudy and it started raining. It rained on the Court Road and Delhi Road side, while it rained on the old city side. Due to this, problems arose due to waterlogging at places like Ambala Road, Purani Mandi, Subhashnagar, Budhimai Chowk, Khalasi Line and Railway Road etc. In many areas, due to waterlogging, it became difficult to drive a two-wheeler and people were forced to stay in their homes. After laying the sewer line on the railway road, it was filled with soil, due to which the mud was also spread there during the rainy season. The same situation remained from Ghantaghar to Court Road bridge as well. The drivers also faced difficulty in commuting due to the mud. At the same time, the sky remained cloudy till the evening. According to Umesh Kumar, in-charge of the Meteorological Observatory in Muzaffarabad, the maximum temperature was recorded at 32.8 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was 28 degrees Celsius on Sunday. The maximum temperature has dropped by one degree Celsius in the last 24 hours as the maximum temperature on Saturday stood at 33.2 degrees Celsius. At the same time, 12 mm of rain was recorded on Sunday. He said that the weather is likely to remain like this for the next 24 hours.

Saharanpur. The mood of the weather kept changing frequently on Sunday. Sometimes it was sunny and sometimes it rained. It rained heavily in the afternoon on the side of the old city, due to which water-logging in many areas disturbed the people. On Sunday it was sunny from morning till noon. The sky was also clear, but after that suddenly the weather changed. The sky was cloudy and it started raining. It rained on the Court Road and Delhi Road side, while it rained on the old city side. Due to this, problems arose due to waterlogging at places like Ambala Road, Purani Mandi, Subhashnagar, Budhimai Chowk, Khalasi Line and Railway Road etc. In many areas, due to waterlogging, it became difficult to drive a two-wheeler and people were forced to stay in their homes. After laying the sewer line on the railway road, it was filled with soil, due to which mud was spread there during the rainy season. The same situation remained from Ghantaghar to Court Road bridge as well. The drivers also faced difficulty in commuting due to the mud. At the same time, the sky remained cloudy till the evening. According to Umesh Kumar, in-charge of the Meteorological Observatory in Muzaffarabad, the maximum temperature was recorded at 32.8 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was 28 degrees Celsius on Sunday. The maximum temperature has dropped by one degree Celsius in the last 24 hours as the maximum temperature on Saturday was 33.2 degrees Celsius. At the same time, 12 mm of rain was recorded on Sunday. He said that the weather is likely to remain like this for the next 24 hours. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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