Weather – Summer continues, people drenched in sweat in the scorching sun

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Pilibhit. The weather was normal due to the rains in May. But the heat wave continues in June. From June 1st, the maximum and minimum temperatures rise continuously. The maximum temperature reached 38 degrees Celsius on Monday. The minimum temperature was measured at 27 degrees Celsius. The temperature will continue to rise in the coming days. Rain is currently excluded.
Speaking of June 1st: The maximum temperature was 33 and the minimum temperature 24 degrees Celsius. The next day the maximum temperature rose by 3 degrees. The temperature rose by 5 degrees within a week. The scorching heat increases steadily. People suffer from the scorching sun. On Monday the streets were deserted in the afternoon because of the scorching air. Throughout the day, people tried to recover from the heat, but there was no relief. The hot wind continued to interfere with the scorching sun. The weather has been hot since morning. Before 9 a.m., people felt the heat of the scorching sun. People coming out of the house in connection with work were seen looking for shade. Police officers who were busy with traffic regulations at intersections also continued to look for shade. Even in the evening there was no great relief as the weather wasn’t cold.

Pilibhit. The weather was normal due to the rains in May. But the heat wave continues in June. From June 1st, the maximum and minimum temperatures rise continuously. The maximum temperature reached 38 degrees Celsius on Monday. The minimum temperature was measured at 27 degrees Celsius. The temperature will continue to rise in the coming days. Rain is currently excluded.

Speaking of June 1st: The maximum temperature was 33 and the minimum temperature 24 degrees Celsius. The next day the maximum temperature rose by 3 degrees. The temperature rose by 5 degrees within a week. The scorching heat increases steadily. People suffer from the scorching sun. On Monday the streets were deserted in the afternoon because of the scorching air. Throughout the day, people tried to recover from the heat, but there was no relief. The hot wind continued to interfere with the strong sun. The weather has been hot since morning. Before 9 a.m., people felt the heat of the scorching sun. People coming out of the house in connection with work were seen looking for shade. Police officers who were busy with traffic regulations at intersections also continued to look for shade. Even in the evening there was no great relief as the weather wasn’t cold.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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