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You are going to get relief from the scorching heat, rainy days are coming, IMD has given good news

New Delhi: The heat that started showing its ferocity in mid-May is continuing till mid-June. Earlier, people used to get some relief at night after enduring the heat of the day, but for the past few days, nights have also started getting hotter along with the days. The mercury has reached uncomfortable levels in hilly states like Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. However, there is some relief news amidst this scorching heat. If the weather department is to be believed, the monsoon is going to become active now. After this, people will soon get relief from this lava-like heat.In these states, the mercury crossed 30 at night
At least four cities recorded their hottest night ever on Tuesday, with Alwar (Rajasthan) recording a minimum temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, while Varanasi recorded 33.6 degrees Celsius and Lakhimpur Kheri and Shahjahanpur (both in Uttar Pradesh) recorded 33 degrees Celsius. Temperatures in Mussoorie have been hovering between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius for the past few weeks, while the normal temperature at this time is 25 to 30 degrees Celsius. In Pithoragarh, the mercury settled around 36-37 degrees Celsius. Munsiyari recorded a maximum temperature of 29 degrees Celsius, six degrees above normal. In Kalamuni, located at an altitude of about 10,000 feet, the temperature reached 26 degrees Celsius, causing the water level of the Gori river originating from the Milam glacier to rise significantly.

For the last few weeks, the temperature in Mussoorie has been between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius, while the temperature at this time remains between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius. In Pithoragarh, the mercury reached around 36-37 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in Munsiyari was recorded at 29 degrees Celsius, which is six degrees above normal. The temperature in Kalamuni, located at an altitude of about 10,000 feet, reached 26 degrees Celsius, due to which the water level of the Gori river originating from the Milam glacier increased considerably.

There was an argument when AC was not available

At a hotel in Uttarkashi, a tourist came across an argument between a group from Gujarat and the hotel owner. The group offered extra money for AC rooms but was told that since it is a hill station, we don’t have AC rooms. The group replied sarcastically that which hill station is so hot? and cut short their vacation by a few days.

Dehradun which is usually cold is also getting hot
Dehradun is located in the foothills of the hills and is generally known for its mild weather. Since the onset of summer in mid-April, it has been witnessing an unprecedented heat wave. Temperatures have consistently crossed 40 degrees Celsius, including three times crossing 43 degrees Celsius. Residents are struggling with this drastic change due to the scorching heat. In the sweltering plains, Prayagraj saw the mercury reach 47.6 degrees Celsius on Sunday and Monday, making it the hottest place in India so far this week. It was 8.7 degrees Celsius above normal.

UP is the hottest
The IMD said that Uttar Pradesh was the hottest region in the country on Tuesday, with heatwave to severe heatwave conditions being observed in many parts of the state and parts of southern Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. Heatwave conditions persisted in many parts of Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi and Punjab and some areas of northern Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar and Jammu division. However, the weather department has expressed hope of some relief and is expected to gradually reduce the heatwave from Wednesday.

when is it raining

The weather has changed in some areas of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar in the last 24 to 48 hours. The heat has eased due to rain and clouds since Monday in many cities including Rewa, Satna, Bhopal of MP. The Meteorological Department says that monsoon may knock in MP and Bihar today or tomorrow. According to IMD, some areas of Delhi and UP may also get relief due to thunderstorms and rain on 19 and 20 June.

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