The district will intensify May 27-30. It will rain heavily in the district from May 27th to May 30th

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Gyanpur The people of the city had not yet recovered from the Toute cyclone that had risen from the Arabian Sea and that the cyclone developed from the Bay of Bengal would devastate. Meteorologists have pointed this out. Moderate and heavy rains, storms and lightning are expected in the district between May 27 and May 30. During the months of April and May, the weather conditions change every week. Due to the cyclone route formed in the Arabian Sea five days ago, the district received record rain of 140mm in three days. Several teesheds flew when hundreds of trees were uprooted due to the strong storm. As a result, the power supply to many feeders in the district was interrupted. After the rain, farmers prepared for the rice garden by sowing Urdu, Chari, but now the Yas cyclone that has risen from the Bay of Bengal has raised concerns. Agricultural Science Center Bejawan’s meteorologist Sarvesh Baranwal said potential cyclone Yas is developing rapidly over Bengal’s East Central Bay. Its effect will be seen in the city of Kalin. It can be seen in the district from May 26th. This can result in moderate to heavy rain from May 27th to May 30th. At the same time, there will be conditions such as thunderstorms, hurricanes and thunderstorms. In the meantime, people will need the utmost care. He said the storm off the Arabian Sea has been so severe in the past that its effects have been seen across the state. This cyclone will hit the northeastern states harder, causing it to have a major impact in eastern Uttar Pradesh. The farmers’ brothers should start irrigation in the fields, taking into account changes in the weather so that the water can be stored in the field itself.

Gyanpur The people of the city had not yet recovered from the Toute cyclone that had risen from the Arabian Sea and that the cyclone developed from the Bay of Bengal would devastate. Meteorologists have pointed this out. Moderate and heavy rains, storms and lightning are expected in the district between May 27 and May 30. During the months of April and May, the weather conditions change every week. Due to the cyclone route formed in the Arabian Sea five days ago, the district received record rain of 140mm in three days. Several teesheds flew when hundreds of trees were uprooted due to the strong storm. As a result, the power supply to many feeders in the district was interrupted. After the rain, farmers prepared for the rice garden by sowing Urdu, Chari, but now the Yas cyclone that has risen from the Bay of Bengal has raised concerns. Agricultural Science Center Bejawan’s meteorologist Sarvesh Baranwal said potential cyclone Yas is developing rapidly over Bengal’s East Central Bay. Its effect will be seen in the city of Kalin. It can be seen in the district from May 26th. In which moderate to heavy rain can occur from May 27th to May 30th. At the same time, there will be conditions such as thunderstorms, hurricanes and thunderstorms. In the meantime, people will need the utmost care. He said the storm off the Arabian Sea has been so severe in the past that its effects have been seen across the state. This cyclone will hit the northeastern states harder, causing it to have a major impact in eastern Uttar Pradesh. The farmers’ brothers should start irrigation in the fields, taking into account changes in the weather so that the water can be stored in the field itself.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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