The temperature of the pumpkin cooled down due to the action of touts

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The heat from Nautapa chilled by the action of Toute. from
Gem stone. This time, May passed without scorching heat due to the effects of cyclone Toute. According to the Meteorological Department, this time the cyclone completely cooled the effects of Nautapa. It is considered a coincidence that due to the cyclone storm at the time of Nautapa, it rained from May 20th, causing the temperature to not even reach 40 degrees in the last week of May.
RK Sharma, a retired observer from the Nagina Meteorological Observatory, said people who suffer from the scorching heat during the last week of May each year experience relief due to the effects of the cyclone. The possibility of the arrival of Nautapa was pronounced from May 20 this time, but due to the cyclone on three consecutive days in the first few days, the rain did not raise the temperature in the region. Usually in the last week of May, where the temperature used to be over 40 degrees, it was less this year. In the month of June, due to the pre-monsoon, the temperature begins to decrease, it is expressed that this time people can get relief from the scorching heat. In May, three rainy days broke the records of the past 10 years due to the cyclone. In the month of May, even in the last 10 years, there has never been as much rain as at this time in the month of May.
Temperature conditions during Nautapa
Date max min
May 20 – 22.0 19.6
May 21 – 28.4 18.8
May 22 – 32.4 21.4
23 May – 34.4 22.2
May 24 – 33.0 19.8
May 25 – 36.8 19.0
May 26 – 35.0 20.2
May 27 – 34.6 20.6
28 May – 34.8 23.2
May 29 – 32.0 23.6
May 30 – 33.0 22.6
(These data come from the Meteorological Observatory in Nagina)

The heat from Nautapa chilled by the action of Toute. from

Gem stone. Due to the effects of Hurricane Toute, people came out of May this time without scorching heat. According to the Meteorological Department, this time the cyclone completely cooled the effects of Nautapa. It is considered a coincidence that due to the cyclone storm at the time of Nautapa, it rained from May 20th, causing the temperature to not even reach 40 degrees in the last week of May.

RK Sharma, a retired observer from the Nagina Meteorological Observatory, said people who suffer from the scorching heat during the last week of May each year experience relief due to the effects of the cyclone. The possibility of the arrival of Nautapa was pronounced from May 20 this time, but due to the cyclone on three consecutive days in the first few days, the rain did not raise the temperature in the region. Usually in the last week of May, where the temperature used to be over 40 degrees, it was less this year. In the month of June, due to the pre-monsoon, the temperature begins to decrease, it is expressed that this time people can get relief from the scorching heat. In May, three rainy days broke the records of the past 10 years due to the cyclone. In the month of May, even in the last 10 years, there has never been as much rain as at this time in the month of May.

Temperature conditions during Nautapa

Date max min

May 20 – 22.0 19.6

May 21 – 28.4 18.8

May 22 – 32.4 21.4

23 May – 34.4 22.2

May 24 – 33.0 19.8

May 25 – 36.8 19.0

May 26 – 35.0 20.2

May 27 – 34.6 20.6

28 May – 34.8 23.2

May 29 – 32.0 23.6

May 30 – 33.0 22.6

(These data come from the Meteorological Observatory in Nagina)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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