Weather – Wednesday is the hottest day of the season

Unnao. Wednesday was the hottest day of the season. The maximum temperature reached 42 degrees. The scorching sun has disrupted life. The streets were silent in the afternoon. People were concerned about the scorching heat and heat stroke.
Scorching sun and heat stroke have begun to affect life. The heat started wreaking havoc from 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. The maximum temperature reached 42.2 degrees at 12.30 p.m. During this time, people had to lurk in their homes due to strong sunlight and heat waves. The scorching sun and hot air made it difficult for people to leave their homes. Measures to prevent heat have also proven to be inadequate. Urgent work has forced people to leave their homes and measures have been taken to protect them from the sun and heat. Only two vehicles were seen on the Hardoi and Kutchhari bridges. The old, young, and children were all upset about the heat. Michouli’s electric eye made people angrier. Increasing the load resulted in a power outage in the afternoon. The deputy agricultural director Dr. Nandkishore said the agricultural meteorologist from Chandrashekhar Azad Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Kanpur, had raised the possibility of further warming. On Wednesday there was a maximum temperature of 42.2 and a minimum of 22 degrees Celsius. The average wind speed was 4.7 km per hour. A dust storm and thunderstorm, accompanied by a light drizzle, are expected on May 1st and 2nd.

Unnao. Wednesday was the hottest day of the season. The maximum temperature reached 42 degrees. The scorching sun has disrupted life. The streets were silent in the afternoon. People were concerned about the scorching heat and heat stroke.

Scorching sun and heat stroke have begun to affect life. The heat started wreaking havoc from 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. The maximum temperature reached 42.2 degrees at 12.30 p.m. During this time, the scorching heat and heat waves made people lurk in their homes. The scorching sun and hot air made it difficult for people to leave their homes. Measures to prevent heat also turned out to be inadequate. People had to leave their homes due to urgent work and measures were taken to protect them from the sun and heat. Only two vehicles were seen on the Hardoi and Kachhari bridges. The old, young, and children were all upset about the heat. Michouli’s electric eye made people angrier. Increasing the load resulted in a power outage in the afternoon. The deputy agricultural director Dr. Nandkishore said Chandrashekhar Azad Krishi agricultural meteorologist Vishwa Vidyalaya, Kanpur, had raised the possibility of further warming. On Wednesday there was a maximum temperature of 42.2 and a minimum of 22 degrees Celsius. The average wind speed was 4.7 km per hour. A dust storm and thunderstorm, accompanied by a light drizzle, are expected on May 1st and 2nd.

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